Producing the Capacity to Govern in Global Sydney: A Multiscaled Account

@inproceedings{McGuirk2003ProducingTC,
  title={Producing the Capacity to Govern in Global Sydney: A Multiscaled Account},
  author={Pauline M. McGuirk},
  year={2003}
}
Critiques of urban regime theory suggest the need for a more nuanced approach to the tangled scalar geographies that constitute urban governance. This article moves towards such an approach by adopting urban regime theory's focus on urban politics but conducts its analyses through a multiscalar lens. It demonstrates how processes operating across multiple scales intersect in the production of local governance. The article focuses on the social production of urban governance in Sydney, Australia… CONTINUE READING
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