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Local Government in the United Kingdom

  • Authors
  • David Wilson
  • Chris Game
Textbook

Part of the Government Beyond the Centre book series (GBC)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xviii
  2. Local Government: The Basics

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. David Wilson, Chris Game
      Pages 3-10
    3. David Wilson, Chris Game
      Pages 11-28
    4. David Wilson, Chris Game
      Pages 29-40
    5. David Wilson, Chris Game
      Pages 41-57
    6. David Wilson, Chris Game
      Pages 58-81
    7. David Wilson, Chris Game
      Pages 82-98
    8. David Wilson, Chris Game
      Pages 99-126
    9. David Wilson, Chris Game
      Pages 127-150
    10. David Wilson, Chris Game
      Pages 151-176
    11. David Wilson, Chris Game
      Pages 177-194
  3. The Politics and People of Local Government

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 195-195
    2. David Wilson, Chris Game
      Pages 197-213
    3. David Wilson, Chris Game
      Pages 214-238
    4. David Wilson, Chris Game
      Pages 239-258
    5. David Wilson, Chris Game
      Pages 259-281
    6. David Wilson, Chris Game
      Pages 282-292
    7. David Wilson, Chris Game
      Pages 293-303
  4. An Agenda of Change

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 305-305
    2. David Wilson, Chris Game
      Pages 307-321
    3. David Wilson, Chris Game
      Pages 322-338
    4. David Wilson, Chris Game
      Pages 339-351
    5. David Wilson, Chris Game
      Pages 352-364
  5. Back Matter
    Pages 365-398

About this book

Introduction

Now in a comprehensively revised and updated 2nd edition, this book provides a basic, straightforward and up to date introduction to British local government. Recent years have seen local government become an issue of high political salience and continuing financial and structural changes promise to keep it centre stage for some time to come. Placing recent events in context, the book provides an ideal text for students encountering local government for the first time.

Keywords

governance Government management Policy

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