3 edition of New Labour, governance & regulation found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 120 p. :|
|Number of Pages||76|
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In the elections of 2001 and 2005, Labour maintained much of the middle-class support that it had won in 1997. In particular, the article will focus upon the role of the conception of company directors as 'responsible risk takers' and the upon the use of name-and-shame sanctions in the development of an entrepreneurial New Labour in which all corporate enterprises are seen as having a legitimate societal 'licence to operate'. Contents: Introduction Martin Powell and Caroline Glendinning Partnerships, quasi-networks and social policy Martin Powell and Mark Exworthy Partnership and the remaking of welfare governance John Clarke and Caroline Glendinning What is a 'successful' partnership and how can it be measured?
Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press. She currently leads a programme of research on the development of partnerships between NHS and local authorities. His economic strategy wasattempting to reform the through a scheme for poorer working families and assigned the to set interest rates. Theories of the knowledge economy and Third Way theories of governance assert the need to remake institutions and break down organizational boundaries, unmaking large modernist bureaucracies and instead constructing fluid networks, for example via public—private partnerships.
For their part, local authorities are developing new approaches and structures to facilitate such engagement. The encouragement of public participation and deliberation in relation to science and technology has been part of a broader implementation of participatory mechanisms under New Labour. This is the true meaning of "modernisation". Geddes, Andrew; Tonge, Jonathan 1997. New Labour embraced market economics because they believed they could be used for their social aims as well as economic efficiency.
Achieving this integration often involves new, closer ways of working governance & regulation different professionals, for example, through the creation of multi-professional teams. Matt Beech and Simon Lee, xi—xviii.
For Demos this indicated the gap that had opened up between late modern culture and overly rigid old-fashioned institutions Mulgan, x, xvii. The July 1998 White Paper Modern Local Government: In Touch New Labour the People DETR set out proposals aimed at encouraging local authorities to establish consultation processes such as citizen juries, panels and referenda Rao134—145. The coherent project of Marxism Today under the editorship of Jacques was to analyze the social roots of rightwing hegemony and to construct a modernized left politics.
The contradictions within a shift to New Labour are clearly highlighted, and the notion of a third way is carefully deconstructed. It is also important to recognise the differences between the voluntary. He was also the first Labour leader to win a general election since in 1974.
Rentoul, John 15 October 2001.
New Labour's ideology departed with its traditional beliefs in achieving social justice on behalf of the working class through mass.
The links drawn by Demos thinkers between participation and post-Fordism or the knowledge economy are significant for understanding the mode in which participation has been adopted within British policy.