Metropolitan Governance: Different Paths in Contrasting Contexts: Germany and Israel
edited by Hubert Heinelt, Eran Razin and Karsten Zimmermann
Campus Verlag, 2011
Paper: 978-3-593-39401-5
Library of Congress Classification HT334.G4M47 2011

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As urban areas have grown and sprawl has spread in recent decades, metropolitan governments around the world have begun to look beyond city borders, establishing regional partnerships to help them deal with issues of transit, resource use, and more. Metropolitan Governance examines this trend through a close comparative study of seven metropolitan areas in Israel and Germany. While not neglecting the reasons behind these changes in governance, the authors pay particular attention to their effects on—and diminishing of—democratic participation and accountability.



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