Governance never works, it seems. Well, it does work of course but reform is always on the table. New forms of participation, new modes of democracy, public sector reform, local government reorganization, rescaling multi-level governance, institutional experiment, cuts and reorganizations, testing new policy tools, it never ends, it seems. And that’s a good thing
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