ABSTRACT

The Local Government Review raised issues of political process and decision-making theories. The interest lies in the insights provided by academic analysis, and the highlighting of the lessons to be learned. This volume attempts to respond to both these perspectives.

chapter |13 pages

Reviewing the Review

ByHoward Davis

chapter |17 pages

The New Public Management and the Local Government Review

ByRobert Leach, Neil Barnett

chapter |17 pages

Local Government Reform in Scotland: Managing the Transition

ByArthur Midwinter, Neil McGarvey

chapter |17 pages

The Local Government Review – An Inept Process

ByJohn Sinnott

chapter |6 pages

LGR: A Bizarre Can of Worms

ByTim Mobbs