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Originally published in 2005. Citizen involvement - and the concept of partnership - in urban governance has long been a major issue in the transformation of local democracy. The move from delegated to participative forms of local government has, in principle, profound consequences for governance at the scale of cities. However, it is clear that partnership and participation are interpreted in many different ways, according to the traditions of government in different countries. This volume brings together the experiences of three countries in which very different approaches to participation …mehr

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Originally published in 2005. Citizen involvement - and the concept of partnership - in urban governance has long been a major issue in the transformation of local democracy. The move from delegated to participative forms of local government has, in principle, profound consequences for governance at the scale of cities. However, it is clear that partnership and participation are interpreted in many different ways, according to the traditions of government in different countries. This volume brings together the experiences of three countries in which very different approaches to participation are evident: Canada, France and the United Kingdom. By comparing and reflecting on these countries' approaches and the resulting changes in governance, it provides an in-depth analysis of the intentions and effects of involving citizens in policy making. It also highlights innovative new forms of partnership which are emerging within metropolitan areas at a local level.

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Philip Booth is Reader in Town and Regional Planning at the University of Sheffield. His work has focused on partnership in urban policy and on planning in a comparative perspective. Among his most recent publications are: 'From Property Rights to Public Control: the Quest for Public Interest in the Control of Development', Town Planning Review 73(2), pp. 153-170; Planning by Consent: the Origins and Nature of British Development Control, London, Routledge; 'Promoting Radical Change: the Loi relative à la solidarité et au renouvellement urbains in France', European Planning Studies 11(8), pp.949-963. Contact: p.booth@sheffield.ac.uk, Bernard Jouve is holder of the Canadian research chair in the study of territorial dynamics. He is also assistant professor in the Department of Geography at the Université du Québec à Montréal and a member of the Centre des recherches sur les innovations sociales dans l'économie sociale, les entreprises et les syndicats (CRISES). He has worked for several years on urban governance in a comparative perspective. His recent work includes: (2004) Horizons métropolitans. Politiques et projets urbains en Europe, (ed. with C. Lefèvre), Lausanne, PPUR; (2003) Les politiques de déplacements urbains L'innovation en question en cinq villes européennes, Paris, L'Harmattan; (2003) La gouvemance urbaine en questions, Paris, Elsevier; 'Gouvernance métropolitaine: vers un programme de recherche comparatif', Politiques et societés, 22(1), pp. 119-142. Contact: jouve.bernard@uqam.ca.