Australia, England & Wales, Global, Ireland, Scotland Democracy, devolution and governance

The (re)turn to decentralisation and hybrid governance systems in cities

Summary

Rapid urbanisation, and shocks such as drought/climate change, infrastructure failures and advances in private technology are pushing cities to broaden their definitions of “good governance” away from internal accountability and direct control over bulk services, outward to collective governance and setting standards for distributed systems.

 

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