2 edition of Territorial policy cmmunities and devolution in the United Kingdom found in the catalog.
Territorial policy cmmunities and devolution in the United Kingdom
by European University Institute, Department of Political and Social Sciences in Badia Fiesolana, San Domenico
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Michael Keating, John Loughlin.|
|Series||EUI working paper -- no.2002/1|
|Contributions||European University Institute. Department of Political and Social Sciences.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||31|
Foreword by the Rt Hon. Tony Blair Introduction, 1 A new territorial politics in the British Isles, Jennifer Todd Section One, Devolution in the United Kingdom - 2 Devolution in the United Kingdom - asymmetry in territorial politics, Arthur Aughey 3 Devolution in Scotland - parliament and society, David McCrone 4 Devolution in Wales - assembly and nation building, John Osmond 5 Devolution in . The United Kingdom, Spain and Belgium have all undergone political devolution in recent years, with powers transferred from central government to regions and nations within these states. There is a rich literature on devolution, but surprisingly little on its consequences for public policy.
This book explains devolution today in terms of the evolution of past structures of government in the component parts of the United Kingdom. Available in paperback for the first time, it highlights the importance of the English dimension and the role that England’s territorial Cited by: The United Kingdom in its present form was therefore governed directly from Westminster only between and In other words, the centralized state inherited by Tony Blair’s Labour government had only existed for a little over two decades. This history of territorial changes suggests that the devolution reforms pursued by.
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Devolution in the United Kingdom forms part of a wider process of spatial re-scaling across Europe. Little work has been done on its effect on interest articulation. Policy communities are normally presented as sectoral, although some have hinted that they may be territorial or trans-territorial (Rhodes and Marsh, ; Sabatier and Jenkins-Smith, ).
Our aim is to examine the impact of spatial rescaling and we propose the concept ‘territorial policy community’.Cited by: Territorial policy communities and devolution in the United Kingdomm.
Florence: European University Institute, Dept. of Political and Social Sciences, (OCoLC) ‘Territorial Policy Communities and Devolution in the United Kingdom’ By M. Keating, P. Cairney and Eve Hepburn Get PDF ( KB)Author: M. Keating, P. Cairney and Eve Hepburn.
Territorial policy communities and devolution in the UK. Little work has been done on its effect on interest articulation.
The literature on policy communities treats them as sectoral in scope. We propose the concept of ‘territorial policy communities' to designate territorially bounded constellations of actors within and across policy sectors, emerging in response to the rescaling of government.
‘Territorial Policy Communities and Devolution in the United Kingdom’. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 2(1), 3 systems of economic and social change, but these are inherently open.
It is relatively easy for some groups to opt-out of social compromise and operate at new levels but this is variable andCited by: Territorial policy communities and devolution in the UK Michael Keatinga, Paul Cairneyb and Eve Hepburnc aDepartment of Political and Social Sciences, European University Institute, Badia Fiesolana via dei Roccettini 9, Florence I, Italy.
[email protected] bSchool of Social Science, University of Aberdeen, F56 Edward Wright Building, Dunbar Street. Constitutional Politics and the Territorial Question in Canada and the United Kingdom: Federalism and Devolution Compared. This book compares the constitutional politics in Canada and the United Kingdom – two complex, multilevel, plurinational states.
While the former is federal and the latter a devolved state, the logic of both systems is similar: to combine unity with diversity. Devolution in the UK: Historical Perspective Dr. Andrew Blick, King’s College London This paper considers the current territorial distribution of political authority within the United Kingdom (UK), and prospects for the future, from an historical perspective.
It discusses the uneven and diverse ways in which UK governance has developed, how. Book Description: This book explains devolution today in terms of the evolution of past structures of government in the component parts of the United Kingdom.
It highlights the importance of the English dimension and the role that England’s territorial politics played in constitutional debates. DEVOLUTION AND THE TERRITORIAL CONSTITUTION United Kingdom.
Opponents of devolution, therefore, maintained that it was a policy which, far from holding the kingdom make laws over a wide area of public policy. Perhaps, then, devolution is. ‘‘This pioneering analysis of the impact of devolution on the organisation of health care in the United Kingdom marks a double achievement.
It illuminates both the politics of devolution and the politics of health care, as well as the relationship between the by: "Territory and Power" Revisited: Theorising Territorial Politics in the United Kingdom after Devolution Article in Political Studies 54(10) February with 19 Reads How we measure Author: Jonathan Bradbury.
The British polity has undergone a fundamental transformation in the last decade, and in this culminated in the most radical reform of the British state since its inception in Since devolution for Scotland and Wales and power sharing in Northern Ireland have fundamentally changed the balance of power between government at the centre and the new territorial this.
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Territorial Policy Communities and the Scottish Policy Style: the Case of Compulsory Education Abstract Devolution in Scotland has produced the potential for major changes to public policy and policymaking.
New ‘policy communities’ have developed, reflecting the generally open and. Devolution is a peculiarly British term and it was introduced in the nineteenth century to resolve a problem that is characteristically (but not uniquely) British.
It is also a response to the spatial rescaling of economic and social systems; to shifting responsibilities of government and the need for new governing instruments; and to pressures for territorial autonomy.
Brexit presents a major challenge to the territorial governance of the UK. Despite a major overhaul of territorial governance in when the current devolution schemes were created, and subsequent changes to those schemes, the territorial governance of the UK has not been by: 1. Abstract.
The Scottish independence referendum has failed to settle the question of Scotland’s constitutional future, notwithstanding that a clear majority voted to remain part of the United Kingdom Cited by: 1.
The UK's territorial constitution is still, a decade past the initial devolution reforms, in ferment, with new debates about how best to govern England ranged alongside renewed debates about reforming the structures of devolution in Scotland and by: The devolution process is linked to the transformation and restructuring of the British welfare system.
The chapter describes the political context in which institutional decentralisation emerged. It considers territorial mobilisation and the way it has affected the territorial Author: Davide Vampa. The article seeks to contribute to theoretical analysis of political decentralisation in the UK occasioned by devolution to Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland in –9.
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