Governing the Regimeless City

  title={Governing the Regimeless City},
  author={J. Rast},
  journal={Urban Affairs Review},
  pages={112 - 81}
  • J. Rast
  • Published 2006
  • Sociology
  • Urban Affairs Review
  • Recent literature on urban governance has focused predominantly on cities with effective partnerships between business and local government. Increased attention to the role played by such partnerships in the creation of local governing capacity has changed the way that most contemporary urban theorists understand community power. In place of the Weberian model emphasizing the use of power for social control purposes, urban-regime theorists view power in terms of its capacity to accomplish goals… CONTINUE READING
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