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ラウトレッジ版 欧州におけるアカウンタビリティと福祉国家改革ハンドブック

The Routledge Handbook to Accountability and Welfare State Reforms in Europe

(Routledge Handbooks)

Christensen, Tom (EDT)   Laegreid, Per (EDT)

Routledge 2016/12
296 p. 26 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781472470591
装丁違いISBN: 0367462036
KCN: 1025241357
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納期について
DDC: 361.68094
KDC: D223 行政学・公共政策
C172 福祉国家・社会政策・社会保障
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New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2016. Expert contributors explore the relationship between accountability and performance and the impact of reforms on political, administrative, managerial, legal, professional and social accountability. The role of specific actors, such as the media and citizens on the accountability process addressing issues of blame avoidance, reputation and autonomous agencies is discussed.

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There is growing concern that welfare states are inefficient, unsustainable and lack popular support. New Public Management reforms affected the balance between managerial and political accountability and disrupted administrative, legal, professional and social accountability, causing confusion as to whom public organizations are really accountable. The Routledge Handbook to Accountability and Welfare State Reforms in Europe assesses multi-dimensional accountability relations in depth, addressing the dynamic between accountability and reforms. Analyzing how welfare state reforms oriented towards agencification, managerialism and marketization affected existing relationships in services traditionally provided by public institutions, the theoretically informed, empirical chapters provide specific examples of their effect on accountability. Expert contributors explore the relationship between accountability and performance and the impact of reforms on political, administrative, managerial, legal, professional and social accountability. The role of specific actors, such as the media and citizens, on the accountability process addressing issues of blame avoidance, reputation and autonomous agencies is discussed. Comparative chapters across time, countries, administrative levels and policy areas are included, along with discussions linking accountability with concepts like legitimacy, democracy, coordination and performance. This handbook will be an essential reference tool to those studying European politics and public policy.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction Tom Christensen and Per Laegreid Part I: Theoretical and Conceptual Issues 2. Democratic Order, Autonomy and Accountability Johan P. Olsen 3. Accountability, Performance and Legitimacy in the Welfare State - If Accountability is the Answer, What was the Question? Werner Jann 4. Combining Agency and Stewardship. Welfare Reforms and Accountability Thomas Schillemans Part II: Accountability in Welfare State Areas 5. Hybrid Welfare Administrative Systems and Changing Accountability Relations - Comparing the Development of the Danish and Norwegian Systems Tom Christensen, Fleming Larsen and Karsten Vrangbaek 6. Public Sector Reform and Accountability Dynamics: The Changing Welfare Administration in Norway and Germany Bastian Jantz 7. The welfare state in flux: Individual responsibility and changing accountability relations in social services Pieter Tonurist and Wouter de Tavernier 8. Dimensions of Accountability in Health Care Haldor Byrkjeflot and Karsten Vrangbaek 9. Accountability through performance management? Hospital performance management schemes in Denmark, Germany and England Tanja Klenk, Karsten Vrangbaek, John Appelby and Sarah Gregory 10. Accountability, Legitimacy and Immigration Control: The Inclusion of Social Actors in Asylum Regulation in Norway, Denmark and Germany Tord Linden, Ina Radtke and Karsten Vrangbaek 11. Welfare Reforms, Accountability and Performance Per Laegreid and Kristin Rubecksen Part III: Accountability in Unsettled Situations 12. Accountability, Transparency and Societal Security Tom Christensen and Martin Lodge 13. Accountability under Inquiry: Inquiry Committees after Internal Security Crises Julia Fleischer 14. Accountability Relations in Unsettled Situations: Administrative Reforms and Crises Tom Christensen and Per Laegreid 15. Accountability in Times of Austerity: Democratic and Constitutional Gains but Learning Loss? Hanne Foss Hansen and Mads Kristiansen 16. Regulatory Reform, Accountability and Blame in Public Service Delivery: The Public Transport Crisis in Berlin Tobias Bach and Kai Wegrich Part IV: Accountability, Administrative Reforms and Multi-level Governance 17. Principles meet Practicalities: Challenges of Accountability Reform in the British Civil Service Thomas Elston 18. Multiple Accountabilities in Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs): How to Unravel the Accountability Paradox? Tom Willems and Wouter van Dooren 19. Digital Era Governance Reform and Accountability - The Case of Denmark Niels Ejersro and Carsten Greve 20. The Dynamics of the EU Accountability Landscape: Moving to an Ever Denser Union Anchrit Wille