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Several scholars have commented on the marginalization of information technology within the field of academic public administration – how it has tended to become the preserve of a minority of e-government specialists. This paper extends the point to the larger issue of technological change as a...
Public policy making through networks raises democratic accountability concerns related to lack of control, transparency and predictability. There is a question of how democratic accountability can increase in governance networks. This article utilises an extended notion of democratic...
This article revisits the discussion about what a think-tank is, what it does and how it does what it does. The article argues that the definition of what constitutes a think-tank should focus on the functions that it fulfils and not so much on the organizational form, as is the case with...
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