Playing Fair in Modern Democracies
Chapter 11: Constitutions and common knowledge of the new actors
This chapter first discusses the typically ‘ill-structured’ setting for public policy management. Secondly, it considers different approaches to better structuring of the setting. This involves the segmentation and compartmentalization of tasks and parallel processing between loosely connected organizations. From the perspective of democratic organization, it requires that constitutions provide common knowledge of all the new actors with authority and their arenas.
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