- John Diamond
- Joyce Liddle
- Looking for consensus?: civil society, social movements and crises for public management
- Critical perspectives on international public sector management
- Looking for consensus?: Civil society, social movements and crises for public management
- Copyright Page
- List of contributors
- Editorial Advisory Board
- Introduction: From austerity to acceptance?
- Part One The public policy context: International trends
- ‘Who’s responsible for the state we’re in?’ Government and public sector: Accountability and responsibility in an era of crisis and austerity
- Local government in England: Fault lines in ethical governance?
- Rethinking urban regeneration? Insights into the future through use of the Strategic-relational approach
- The retreat of the state: The challenges faced by regeneration managers in a climate of austerity ☆ This chapter is updated and adapted from the paper ‘From a framework to a toolkit: Urban regeneration in an age of austerity’, published in the Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal, 6(4), 339–353. ISSN 1752-9638.
- Part Two Civil society and social movements: Consensus or crisis?
- The State of higher education and training in Egypt post the Arab Spring ☆ An earlier version of this chapter was presented as a paper at the 2012 European Group for Public Administration (EGPA) Conference, Bergen, Norway, September 5–8, 2012.
- Resist, Refuse, Occupy
- Civil Society, the left and community organising: Towards a progressive politics
- Part Three Review and reflection
- ‘The way we do things around here’: Personal and epistemological reflections of the influence of inter-disciplinary identity on effective knowledge leadership for tackling inequalities
- Conclusion: Policy and practice implications