Top-Down Approaches to Joined-Up Government: Examining the Unintended Consequences of Weak Implementation
Since forming part of Blair’s modernization agenda in the UK, joined-up government has become a central ambition of governments in many industrialized countries. While there continues to be an absence of core methods and principles for achieving joined-
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