Metropolitan Governance for Regions (Reading and Response)

Nov 12th, 2015
Social Science
Price: $15 USD

Question description

Judith Innes has reframed the concepts of local decision-making and governance through her writings on communicative planning. In this article she identifies Metropolitan Governance as a means to achieve good decision-making starting with regional data and new structures of communication, data analysis, and collaboration.

mega region govt 56852358.pdf 

Please summarize the key points in this article.

Then answer these questions:

1) Why are regions important as the basis for data in her "strategies for megaregion governance?" Describe/explain.

2) Compare and contrast a standard structure of intergovernmental relations with this article's description of collaborative dialogue, networks and self-organization for megaregion governance. Describe or elaborate on this comparison.

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