Australia, England & Wales, Global, Ireland, Scotland Communities and society , Democracy, devolution and governance , Economy and regeneration

From Executive to Ceremonial: Directly Elected Mayors in the United States, Australia and New Zealand

Summary

Elected mayors are still a relatively new concept in England. As part of our international local government series, we consider international examples to see if a correlation exists between a directly elected political mayor in a city and greater decision making capabilities for that location.

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