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The Oxford Handbook of Governance is an innovative, high profile volume that presents an authoritative and accessible state-of-the-art analysis of the governance literature. The volume offers the core concepts and knowledge on governance in different levels and arenas. In doing so it aims to establish itself as the essential point of reference for all those working on politics, society and economics from a governance perspective. The volume is substantial in size and scope, and contains 52 chapters written by leading scholars.  
The Oxford Handbook of Governance is an innovative, high profile volume that presents an authoritative and accessible state-of-the-art analysis of the governance literature. The volume offers the core concepts and knowledge on governance in different levels and arenas. In doing so it aims to establish itself as the essential point of reference for all those working on politics, society and economics from a governance perspective. The volume is substantial in size and scope, and contains 52 chapters written by leading scholars.  

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OXFORD HANDBOOK OF GOVERNANCE


DAVID LEVI-FAUR (EDITOR)
Forthcoming 2012


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AIMS The Oxford Handbook of Governance is an innovative, high profile volume that presents an authoritative and accessible state-of-the-art analysis of the governance literature. The volume offers the core concepts and knowledge on governance in different levels and arenas. In doing so it aims to establish itself as the essential point of reference for all those working on politics, society and economics from a governance perspective. The volume is substantial in size and scope, and contains 52 chapters written by leading scholars.


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The Oxford Handbook of Governance aimed at senior scholars in disciplines such as political science, public policy & administration, international relations, regulation, international law, European Union studies, regional studies and development studies.



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Chris Ansell, Ian Bache, Tim Bartley,Christopher Todd Beer, Thomas Bernauer, Susana Borrás, Tanja A. Börzel, Arwin van Buuren, Tom Christensen,
William D. Coleman, Marie-Laure Djelic, William H. Dutton, Jurian Edelenbos, Cynthia L. Estlund, Frank Fischer, Elizabeth Fisher, Eran Fisher,
Matthew Flinders, Fabrizio Gilardi, Niamh Hardiman, Adrienne Héritier, Alexandria Innes, Arie M. Kacowicz Erik Hans Klijn, Per Lægreid, David Levi-Faur,
Orly Lobel, Laurence E. Lynn, Jr., Felicity Matthews, Ellen E. Meade, Catherine Moury, Abraham L. Newman Yannis Papadopoulos, B. Guy Peters, Susan Phillips,
Jon Pierre, Dieter Plehwe, Colin Provost, Claudio M. Radaelli, Rod Rhodes, Jeremy Richardson, Thomas Risse Wade T. Roberts, Amit Ron, Bo Rothstein,
Charles F. Sabel, Kerstin Sahlin, Lena M. Schaffer, Frank Schimmelfennig, Volker Schneider, Eva Sørensen, Brent J. Steele. Diane Stone, Jacob Torfing, Yael Yishai, Amos Zehavi, Frans van Waarden, Graham Wilson, Jonathan Zeitlin, Peer Zumbansen, Michael Zürn







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