Shifts in Governmentality, Territoriality and Governance: An Introduction
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Berlin : Springer Verlag
Environment & Policy ; 49
InArts, B.J.M.; Lagendijk, A.; Houtum, H.J. van (ed.), The Disoriented State: Shifts In Governmentality, Territoriality and Governance, pp. 3-10
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Houtum, H.J. van
Arts, B.J.M.; Lagendijk, A.; Houtum, H.J. van (ed.), The Disoriented State: Shifts In Governmentality, Territoriality and Governance
SubjectGovernance and Places
This introductory chapter discusses the relationship between state governance and specific forms of policy making in the light of three major kind of changes, in governmentality, territoriality and governance itself. Our basic assertion is that policy-specific developments are not just derivative but co-constitutive of broader discourses and practices, such as associated with the rise of neo-liberalism and multi-actor, multi-level governance. We then introduce the way we will explore our questions in the remainder of the book.
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