Controlling Modern Government

Controlling Modern Government

Variety, Commonality and Change

Edited by Christopher Hood, Oliver James, B. Guy Peters and Colin Scott

Controlling Modern Government explores the long-term development of controls over government across five major state traditions in developed democracies – US, Japan, variants of continental-European models, a Scandinavian case and variants of the Westminster model.

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Edited by Christopher Hood, Oliver James, B. Guy Peters and Colin Scott

Subjects: economics and finance, political economy, politics and public policy, political economy

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