The Challenge To New Governance in the Twenty-First Century: Achieving Effective Central-Local Relations
Editor: National Institute for Research Advancement
Chapter, Local Government Autonomy and Discretion in the United States, authored by Dale Krane, UNO faculty member.
In July, 1998, the Third International Conference on Local Governance" was held in Tokyo under the co-sponsorship of NIRA and the U.S. National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA). Leading scholars and administrative practitioners attended the conference from the five countries of Japan, the United States, South Korea, China and Australia. Regarding the relations between a central government and local governments, a variety of issues including globalization and decentralization were discussed from various standpoints and levels. This publication is a collection of papers which were presented at the conference.
National Institute for Research Advancement
Krane, D. (1999). Local Government Autonomy and Discretion in the United States. In National Institute for Research Advancement (Ed.), The Challenge To New Governance in the Twenty-First Century: Achieving Effective Central-Local Relations. Tokyo, Japan: National Institute for Research Advancement.