The federal role in regional governance.

Regional governance is not regional government. In the United States, the federal government has no role in either municipal or regional government. Metropolitan regions include multiple layers of governments: municipalities, townships, counties, special use districts, public authorities and regional governments. These layers of governments are established by state governments, not the federal government. Regional governance on the other hand, is the set of complex, institutional responses that develop in order to overcome political fragmentation and work toward collective goals without establishing another government.

Artykuł ukazał się numerze 5 (1/2016) czasopisma „Metropolitan. Przegląd Naukowy”. Spis treści. Pobierz cały artykuł w formacie PDF.

Tytuł:  The federal role in regional governance.

Autor: Bonnie Lindstrom