Governance Through Social Learning

Governance Through Social Learning

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Titre: Governance Through Social Learning
Auteur: Paquet, Gilles
Résumé: Governance connotes the way an organization, an economy, or a social system co-ordinates and steers itself. Some insist that governing is strictly a top-down process guided by authority and coercion, while others emphasize that it emerges bottom-up through the workings of the free market. This book rejects these simplistic views in favour of a more distributed view of governance based on a mix of coercion, quid pro quo market exchange and reciprocity, on a division of labour among the private, public, and civic sectors, and on the co-evolution of these different integration mechanisms. This book is for both practitioners confronted daily with governance issues and for citizens trying to make sense of the world around them.
Date: 1999
PUO: http://www.press.uottawa.ca/book/governance-through-social-learning
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10393/12952
Table des Matières:
1. New Patterns of Governance
2. Tackling Wicked Problems
3. Elegant but Not Helpful to Navigation: Social Sciences Research and the Free Trade Debate
4. Science and Technology Policy Under Free Trade
5. A Social Learning Framework for a Wicked Problem: The Case of Energy
6. The Environment-Energy Interface: Social Learning Versus the Invisible Foot
7. Multiculturalism as National Policy
8. Liberal Education as Synecdoche
9. How to Scheme Virtuously: The Role of Public Service Commissions in Meeting the Needs of Changing Societies
10. Granting Councils in Search of Excellence: Dynamic Conservatism Versus Social Learning
11. The Strategic State
12. Betting on Moral Contracts
13. Distributed Governance and Transversal Leadership

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