Hybrid Governance in European Cities: Neighbourhood, migration and democracy

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Hybrid Governance in European Cities : Neighbourhood, migration and democracy. / Skelcher, Christopher; Sullivan, Helen; Jeffares, Stephen.

Basingstoke : Palgrave, 2013. (Understanding Governance).

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title = "Hybrid Governance in European Cities: Neighbourhood, migration and democracy",
abstract = "This wide-ranging study of three European cities - Birmingham, Copenhagen and Rotterdam - shows how hybrid forms of governance emerge from the tensions between new visions and past legacies, and institutional arrangements and powerful actors. Offering detailed studies of migration and neighbourhood policy, and a Q methodology analysis of public administrator's views on democracy, the book explores how actors generate new practices, shows how these develop, and evaluates the democratic implications.",
keywords = "Democracy, Europe, Governance, Migration, Neighbourhood",
author = "Christopher Skelcher and Helen Sullivan and Stephen Jeffares",
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language = "English",
isbn = "978-0-230-27322-1",
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