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Making Open Government Work

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 272
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The Public Management and Leadership Series

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Paperback - 9780230302266

07 November 2014

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07 November 2014

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Ebook - 9781137468727

24 October 2014

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A systematic and engaging new text that analyses accountability and transparency in contemporary public services, and examines how open government can be both a challenge and an aid to more effective public management. This...

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A systematic and engaging new text that analyses accountability and transparency in contemporary public services, and examines how open government can be both a challenge and an aid to more effective public management. This text is an ideal guide for both practical and conceptual understanding of the possibilities of open government.

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  • Open government in terms of both increased accountability and transparency is a key issue for all public bodies
  • This important new text provides a systematic assessment of its impact and implications and a wide variety of case examples 
  • Truly international in scope and spanning the whole range of parties to which government needs to be 'open'

1. Challenges of Transparency and Accountability.- 2. The Evolving Context.- 3. Dealing with Politicians.- 4. Dealing with Freedom of Information.- 5. Dealing with the News Media.- 6. Dealing with the Legislature.- 7. Dealing with Regulators.- 8. Dealing with Courts and Judicial Review.- 9. Dealing with Stakeholders.- 10. Dealing with Contractors and Partners.- 11. Conclusions.

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Richard Mulgan is Professor Emeritus at the Crawford School of Public Policy, The Australian National University, Australia.

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Richard Mulgan is Professor Emeritus at the Crawford School of Public Policy, The Australian National University, Australia.

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