The new governance governing without governmentPublication details: 1996ISBN: J4454Subject(s): governance | definition | use of term | minimal state | corporate state | socio-cybernetic system | self-organising networks | New Public Management | hollowing out of the state | intergovernmental management | networks | governing structuresOther classification: JIS Summary: POLITICAL STUDIES, vol.XLIV, no.4, Spetember 1996, pp.652-667.
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Incl. refs. Rhodes stipulates `that governance refers to `self-organizing, interorganizational networks'...[which
... `complement markets and hierarchies as governing structures for authoritatively allocating resources and exercising control and co-ordination.'
POLITICAL STUDIES, vol.XLIV, no.4, Spetember 1996, pp.652-667.