Key features include:
- an examination the changes in national governments associated with the transfer of powers, rights and functions to organizations within the private sector and with the rise of new types of regional and international linkages and problems therein;
- an exploration of how national governments have become both increasingly dependent on organizations inthe private sector and increasingly constrained by international linkages.
The Encyclopedia of Governance avoids the jargon that characterizes most of the writing in this field and translates the common language used into a more familiar and commonsense vocabulary, so as to make it intelligible to the broadest possible audience.
This collection is an essential purchase for all reference libraries around the world.