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Community and local governance in Australia / edited by Paul Smyth, Tim Reddel and Andrew Jones.

Contributor(s): Smyth, Paul | Reddel, Tim | Jones, Andrew, 1950-Material type: TextTextSeries: James Bennett EtitlePublication details: Sydney, NSW : UNSW Press, 2005. Description: 1 online resource (xii, 266 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 1423790006; 9781423790006; 0868405205; 9780868405209Subject(s): Community development -- Australia | Local government -- Australia | Social planning -- Australia | Australia -- Social policy | Développement communautaire -- Australie | Administration locale -- Australie | Planification sociale -- Australie | Australie -- Politique sociale | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- City Planning & Urban Development | Community development | Local government | Social planning | Social policy | Australia | Kommunalpolitik | Gemeindeplanung | Australien | Social Conditions | Sociology & Social History | Social SciencesGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Community and local governance in Australia.DDC classification: 307.1/40994 LOC classification: HN850.Z9 | C6332 2005ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Preface; Contributors; Abbreviations; Introduction; Part I AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE; 1 International Perspectives and Policy Issues; Part II COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL INCLUSION; 2 Associational Governance in Queensland; 3 Designing Public Policy after Neo-liberalism?; 4 Shifting Urban Governance in Australia; 5 'Community' and Social Inclusion; 6 Rethinking Aboriginal Community Governance; Part III THE ECONOMY, NEW REGIONALISM AND COMMUNITY; 7 Regional Development Policy and Social Inclusion; 8 Building Community Economies in Marginalised Areas; 9 A Case Study in the New Regionalism.
Summary: This book examines the resurgence in Australia of locality-based social policy (concerned with the spatial dimensions of disadvantage), after the political failures of the market oriented approach to regional reform. The book proposes that these trends are leading to a new 'post-competition' policy regime in Australia that mirrors global policy trends.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

This book examines the resurgence in Australia of locality-based social policy (concerned with the spatial dimensions of disadvantage), after the political failures of the market oriented approach to regional reform. The book proposes that these trends are leading to a new 'post-competition' policy regime in Australia that mirrors global policy trends.

Preface; Contributors; Abbreviations; Introduction; Part I AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE; 1 International Perspectives and Policy Issues; Part II COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL INCLUSION; 2 Associational Governance in Queensland; 3 Designing Public Policy after Neo-liberalism?; 4 Shifting Urban Governance in Australia; 5 'Community' and Social Inclusion; 6 Rethinking Aboriginal Community Governance; Part III THE ECONOMY, NEW REGIONALISM AND COMMUNITY; 7 Regional Development Policy and Social Inclusion; 8 Building Community Economies in Marginalised Areas; 9 A Case Study in the New Regionalism.

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