Socially inclusive governance?: a comparison of local anti-poverty strategies in the UK and the Netherlands

@inproceedings{Beaumont2000SociallyIG,
  title={Socially inclusive governance?: a comparison of local anti-poverty strategies in the UK and the Netherlands},
  author={Justin Beaumont},
  year={2000}
}
It is commonplace for intellectuals and political figures to speak of popular involvement in decision-making as an essential basis for a well-functioning and legitimate democracy, while at the same time institutions of liberal democracy are under threat and face crisis in the west. In response a rhetoric of socially inclusive and participatory governance has taken hold as a means for democratic renewal - a 'third-way' between the outmoded dogma of the command state and free market - one that… CONTINUE READING