Managing Cities in Austerity Urban Fiscal Stress in Ten Western Countries

Managing Cities in Austerity Urban Fiscal Stress in Ten Western Countries
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  • ISBN-13: 9780803986329
  • ISBN: 0803986327
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications, Limited


Mouritzen, Poul E.


Why are some cities going broke while others prosper? This study of the failures and successes of city management offers new insights into how to manage cities effectively in today's economic climate. Managing Cities in Austerity fills a major gap in the literature on urban policy-making and comparative public policy. The product of one of the largest comparative social science research projects ever undertaken, the Fiscal Austerity and Urban Innovation project, it maintains a genuinely comparative approach. An international team of authors applies a coherent set of concepts about fiscal austerity to over 2,500 local governments in ten Western countries. Most significantly, survey and hard fiscal data are merged notMouritzen, Poul E. is the author of 'Managing Cities in Austerity Urban Fiscal Stress in Ten Western Countries' with ISBN 9780803986329 and ISBN 0803986327.

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