Title page for ETD etd-02262007-100005


Type of Document Dissertation
Author Maclin, Stephen Alexander.
URN etd-02262007-100005
Title A democratic governance approach to urban economic development policymaking
Degree PhD
Department Public Administration and Policy
Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title
Goodsell, Charles T. Committee Chair
Dudley, A. Larkin Committee Member
Keller, Lawrence F. Committee Member
Wamsley, Gary L. Committee Member
Wolf, James F. Committee Member
Keywords
  • Municipal government United States Case studies
  • Municipal government United States
  • Urban policy United States Case studies.
  • Urban policy United States
  • Urban economics
  • Urban economics Case studies
Date of Defense 1994-06-05
Availability restricted
Abstract

This dissertation contributes to the literature on urban development politics. It takes a normative ideal, democratic urban governance, out of the esoteric realm of academic debate and applies it to a critical case study which concerns the most financially consequential area of urban policy, that of urban economic development. The principal elements of democratic urban governance are described, examined, and reconstructed as a framework for evaluating the policy making potentials in the present case. Beyond its academic contribution, this dissertation provides developmental policy makers with an intellectually sound basis for considering, more candidly and more directly, issues concerning democracy and governance.

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