Hybrid Forms of Governance: Self-suspension of Power

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Niels Åkerstrøm Andersen, I. Sand
Springer, Dec 2, 2011 - Business & Economics - 239 pages
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This book is about how power communication inrecent years hasbegun to reflect on its own limits in a new way. It focuseson a number of areas within the welfare state and how power desires non-power. It looks at financial policy, voluntary policy, educational policy and public steering technologies.
 

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NIELS ÅKERSTRØM ANDERSEN Professor and Research Manager at Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. He works with systems theory, deconstruction, conceptual history and discourse analysis empirical embedded in welfare management.
INGER-JOHANNE SAND Professor at the Institute of Public and International Law at theUniversity of Oslo, Norway. Her work includes multidisciplinary research in general public law and in certain specific fields covering cross boundary themes in administrative and constitutional law, EU-law, environmental law, legal sociology andlegal theory.