Quangos are now a permanent layer of governance in Britain. This
collection challenges the stale debate which portrays quangos as
inherently undemocratic. Whilst accepting that problems exist this
book accepts that quangos are here to stay. Through a collection of
chapters by practitioners, politicians and academics it recognises
both the pitfalls and potential offered by these bodies. The book
therefore illuminates a new perspective on the debate which for the
first time highlights the democratic possibilities of quangos. The
book advances and clarifies this complex debate by examining the
British reform debate in an international context, and blends
theoretical analysis with illuminating case studies from Quango
Chief Executives and concrete proposals for reform.
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