Participatory and collaborative governance
This chapter suggests that governance can be improved by active collaboration with citizens in decision-making processes. Its focus on structured exercises of participation and deliberation is influenced deeply by the emergence of theories of deliberative democracy (Chapter 1). In suggesting that government decision-making can be improved through more deliberative state–citizen interaction, it also argues for institutional change (see Chapter 2). Whether citizens or governments actually conform...[Show more]
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