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While Labour, Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats continue to dominate local and national politics, recent decades have also seen non-mainstream politics make inroads into votes and seats in English local government. The paper explores Independent politics and politicians and examines the...
Public procurement has a significant impact on economic development in regions and localities. Previous research in the UK has focused on variations in government spending across regions, the effects of competitive tendering processes and EU State Aid rules on regional economies. Empirical...
Democratic local governance in Malawi dates back to the year 2000 when Malawi had its first democratic local government elections. The councillors’ mandate ended in March 2005 and a new set of local government elections were supposed to be held in the same month. However, up to the writing of...
Abstract Governments face many challenges in maintaining effective policymaking capacity as their governance activities alter and change. The emergence of a gap between government aspirations and street-level conditions for policy workers can lead to an increased likelihood of poor policy...
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