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Accountability in public policy partnerships / / by J. Steets
Accountability in public policy partnerships / / by J. Steets
Autore Steets J
Edizione [1st ed. 2010.]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Basingstoke, : Springer Nature, 2010
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (278 pages)
Disciplina 320
Soggetto topico International organization
Public policy
Public administration
Organization
Planning
Political science
International Organization
Public Policy
Public Administration
Political Science
Soggetto non controllato publieke zaken
public policy
principal-agent theory
verantwoording
principal-agent theorie
accountability
Democracy
Stakeholder (corporate)
ISBN 0230290612
9780230238978
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Cover; Contents; List of Figures and Tables; Preface; List of Acronyms; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Accountability - a fuzzy concept and its importance for partnerships; 1.2 Purpose and structure; 2 The Concepts of Partnerships and Accountability; 2.1 Partnerships; 2.1.1 Definition; 2.1.2 Partnerships between networks and corporatism; 2.2 Accountability; 2.2.1 Defining the 'core' of accountability; 2.2.2 Who is accountable, to whom, for what and how?; 2.2.3 The accountability dilemma; 2.3 Partnership accountability; 2.3.1 Political salience; 2.3.2 Importance of trade-offs; 2.3.3 Complexity
3 Why Organisations Ought to be Accountable3.1 Major justifications for accountability; 3.1.1 Consequentialist justifications; 3.1.2 Power and stakeholder theory; 3.1.3 Power and the democratic deficit; 3.2 The alternative: Justifying accountability through delegation; 3.2.1 Delegation and the duty to act in the best interest of the principal; 3.2.2 Delegation and the need for appropriate accountability mechanisms; 3.2.3 Ex-post and hypothetical delegation; 3.3 The advantages of justifying accountability through delegation; 3.4 Form should follow function; 4 Partnerships in Practice
5 Concrete Partnership Accountability Standards5.1 Advocacy and awareness-raising partnerships: Basic standards for all partnerships; 5.1.1 Accountability for complying with relevant rules and regulations; 5.1.2 Financial accountability; 5.1.3 Accountability for working towards the partnership's mission; 5.1.4 Summary of standards; 5.2 Standards for rule setting and regulation partnerships; 5.2.1 Applying democratic accountability standards to rule-setting partnerships; 5.2.2 Accountability through participation; 5.2.3 Accountability to avoid the abuse of authority; 5.2.4 Summary of standards
5.3 Standards for implementation partnerships5.3.1 Applying corporate accountability standards to partnerships; 5.3.2 Outcome accountability through performance evaluation; 5.3.3 Outcome accountability through the introduction of market elements; 5.3.4 Summary of standards; 5.4 Standards for information-generating partnerships; 5.4.1 Transferable accountability practices in universities and the judiciary and guidance from relevant international standards; 5.4.2 Accountability for impartiality through independence; 5.4.3 Accountability for accuracy and quality through professionalism
5.4.4 Summary of standards
Record Nr. UNINA-9910130756403321
Steets J  
Basingstoke, : Springer Nature, 2010
Materiale a stampa
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Accountability in public policy partnerships / / by J. Steets
Accountability in public policy partnerships / / by J. Steets
Autore Steets J
Edizione [1st ed. 2010.]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Basingstoke, : Springer Nature, 2010
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (278 pages)
Disciplina 320
Soggetto topico International organization
Public policy
Public administration
Organization
Planning
Political science
International Organization
Public Policy
Public Administration
Political Science
Soggetto non controllato publieke zaken
public policy
principal-agent theory
verantwoording
principal-agent theorie
accountability
Democracy
Stakeholder (corporate)
ISBN 0230290612
9780230238978
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Cover; Contents; List of Figures and Tables; Preface; List of Acronyms; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Accountability - a fuzzy concept and its importance for partnerships; 1.2 Purpose and structure; 2 The Concepts of Partnerships and Accountability; 2.1 Partnerships; 2.1.1 Definition; 2.1.2 Partnerships between networks and corporatism; 2.2 Accountability; 2.2.1 Defining the 'core' of accountability; 2.2.2 Who is accountable, to whom, for what and how?; 2.2.3 The accountability dilemma; 2.3 Partnership accountability; 2.3.1 Political salience; 2.3.2 Importance of trade-offs; 2.3.3 Complexity
3 Why Organisations Ought to be Accountable3.1 Major justifications for accountability; 3.1.1 Consequentialist justifications; 3.1.2 Power and stakeholder theory; 3.1.3 Power and the democratic deficit; 3.2 The alternative: Justifying accountability through delegation; 3.2.1 Delegation and the duty to act in the best interest of the principal; 3.2.2 Delegation and the need for appropriate accountability mechanisms; 3.2.3 Ex-post and hypothetical delegation; 3.3 The advantages of justifying accountability through delegation; 3.4 Form should follow function; 4 Partnerships in Practice
5 Concrete Partnership Accountability Standards5.1 Advocacy and awareness-raising partnerships: Basic standards for all partnerships; 5.1.1 Accountability for complying with relevant rules and regulations; 5.1.2 Financial accountability; 5.1.3 Accountability for working towards the partnership's mission; 5.1.4 Summary of standards; 5.2 Standards for rule setting and regulation partnerships; 5.2.1 Applying democratic accountability standards to rule-setting partnerships; 5.2.2 Accountability through participation; 5.2.3 Accountability to avoid the abuse of authority; 5.2.4 Summary of standards
5.3 Standards for implementation partnerships5.3.1 Applying corporate accountability standards to partnerships; 5.3.2 Outcome accountability through performance evaluation; 5.3.3 Outcome accountability through the introduction of market elements; 5.3.4 Summary of standards; 5.4 Standards for information-generating partnerships; 5.4.1 Transferable accountability practices in universities and the judiciary and guidance from relevant international standards; 5.4.2 Accountability for impartiality through independence; 5.4.3 Accountability for accuracy and quality through professionalism
5.4.4 Summary of standards
Record Nr. UNISA-996201647103316
Steets J  
Basingstoke, : Springer Nature, 2010
Materiale a stampa
Lo trovi qui: Univ. di Salerno
Opac: Controlla la disponibilità qui