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Looking Forward and Sideways: Trajectories of New Governance Theory


Jeroen Van der Heijden


Research Fellow, Regulatory Institutions Network (RegNet), School of Regulation, Justice and Diplomacy, Australian National University (ANU); Assistant Professor, Amsterdam Law School, University of Amsterdam

January 21, 2013

Amsterdam Law School Research Paper No. 2013-04
General Subserie Research Paper No. 2013-01

Abstract:     
New governance has emerged as a novel paradigm to public problem solving, with scholars in the fields of politics, public administration and law analysing and debating it for over two decades. This article assesses the three major branches of this new governance literature and theorizing — normative, evaluative, and institutional. It questions how new governance as a theory has crystallized over the last 20 years, and recognizes some of the limitations in the literature that may direct future studies.

Number of Pages in PDF File: 26

Keywords: Governance, regulation, public policy, new governance, public-private policy making

JEL Classification: K2, K32, K42

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Date posted: January 21, 2013 ; Last revised: April 25, 2013

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van der Heijden, Jeroen, Looking Forward and Sideways: Trajectories of New Governance Theory (January 21, 2013). General Subserie Research Paper No. 2013-01. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2204524 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2204524

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Jeroen Van der Heijden (Contact Author)
Research Fellow, Regulatory Institutions Network (RegNet), School of Regulation, Justice and Diplomacy, Australian National University (ANU) ( email )
Australian National University
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Canberra, Australian Capital Territory 0200
Australia
Assistant Professor, Amsterdam Law School, University of Amsterdam ( email )
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