Leading in the Shared-Power World of 2020

Imagine that citizens and public officials working together over the next decade are able to maximize the democratic potential of todays shared-power, "no-onein-charge" world and achieve more sustainable modes of living together on Earth. The article focuses on the development of shared or...

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Published in:Public Administration Review, Vol. 70 (2010), p. S69-S77
Main Author: Crosby, Barbara C.
Format: electronic Article
Language:English
ISSN:1540-6210
Item Description:Copyright: © 2010 American Society for Public Administration
Physical Description:Online-Ressource
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