In the current issue of Governance,
The Politics of Information
. "It is a formidable achievement," says Hacker. "Baumgartner and Jones cast governance as a problem of information: getting it (or restricting it), ensuring that it is reliable (which sometimes means reliably consistent with one's priors), and acting on it."
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Pursing Horizontal Management
B. Guy Peters
. Peters "focuses on how governments deal with specialization and coordination," Tosun says. The book "moves away from structure-based approaches to public sector coordination and governance" by taking into account "the attitudes of participants in the coordination process."
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