Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited and introduced by Vernon Bogdanor ; Christopher Hood ... [et al.]|
|Series||British Academy occasional paper -- 5|
|Contributions||Bogdanor, Vernon, 1943-, British Academy.|
|LC Classifications||JN318 .J65 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 187 p. :|
|Number of Pages||187|
These essays analyze joined-up government, consider its history, and evaluate the consequences for British institutions such as the Cabinet, the civil service and local authorities. The Labour government, first elected in , decided that intractable problems such as social exclusion, drug addiction and crime could not be resolved by a single department of government. Analyses 'joined-up government', considers its history, and evaluates the consequences for British institutions, such as the Cabinet, the civil service and local authorities. Showing that 'joined-up government' is a key theme of modern government, this volume is useful for those who seek to understand how developments in government affect lives. Joined-up government. [Vernon Bogdanor; British Academy.;] -- 'Joined- up government' is a key theme of modern government. The Labour government, first elected in , decided that intractable problems such as social exclusion, drug addiction and crime could. Above all, a joined-up problem has never been addressed in a joined-up way. Problems have fallen through the cracks between Whitehall Departments, or between central and local government. And at the neighbourhood level, there has been no one in charge of pulling together all the things that need to go right at the same time.
Drawing together papers given at a conference held at the British Academy, "Joined-Up Government" provides a broad overview of one of the most significant aspects in modern government. Its contributors include not only distinguished academics, but also those who have themselves been engaged as practitioners in developing joined-up programmes. The book Implementing holistic government: Joined-up action on the ground, David Wilkinson and Elaine Applebee is published by Bristol University Press. What is Joined Up Government? Definition of Joined Up Government: Coordination of activities of various public sector organizations in such a way that eventual recipients of services are not bothered with existing boundaries between organizations. Joined-up Worrying: The Multi-Agency Public Protection Panels By Roxanne Lieb The Home Office’s publication, Protection through Partnership, describes the purposes and accomplishments of the 40 plus Multi-Agency Public Protection Panels (MAPPPs) across the UK (Home Office ). These local bodies, mandated by the Criminal Justice and Court.
The book combines an impressive synthesis of theoretical perspectives with a deep understanding of the practice of public policy making and management. The contradictions within a shift to governance are clearly highlighted, and the notion of a . Then, by combining history (from the time of the Domesday book, early sovereignty and Shakespeare) with current practice (differential reporting, international financial reporting standards, government performance, voter turnout, joined-up government and auditing practices), we use these experiences to illuminate the global issues of public Cited by: 1. Only applications-driven book dealing with commerically-sponsored spatial analysis research. Focuses on business and public sector planning case studies, offering readers a snapshot of the use of spatial analysis across a broad range of areas. GIS for Joined‐Up Government: The Case Study of the Sheffield Children Service Plan (Pages: The Future of Joined-up Public Services 3 About the ESRC The Economic and Social Research Council is the UK’s leading research and training agency addressing economic and social concerns. We aim to provide high-quality research on issues of importance to business, the public sector and Government. TheFile Size: KB.