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Systems of local governance and how citizens participate: international review

Analyses local governance systems in seven case studies across the world, and how citizens are able to participate in local governance. The case studies are Denmark, England, Germany, New Zealand, Quebec, Scotland, and Uruguay.

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Systems of local governance and how citizens participate: international review
Annex B: International interviewees

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Annex B: International interviewees

  • Brit Buchhave, Association of Danish Municipalities, Denmark
  • Professor Bjorn Egner, Darmstadt University, Germany
  • Enrique Gallicchio, consultant and professor, Universidad Centro Latinoamericano de Economía Humana, Uruguay
  • Professor Brigitte Geissel, Goethe University, Germany
  • Ioanna Grotiuz, Regional Coordinator, Montevideo, Uruguay
  • Andy Johnston, Local Government Information Unit, England
  • Professor Richard Kerley, Queen Margaret University, Scotland
  • Professor Ulrik Kjær, University of Southern Denmark
  • Professor Sabine Kuhlmann, University of Potsdam
  • Claus Orum Morgensen, Association of Danish Municipalities
  • Dr Mike Reid, Local Government New Zealand
  • Morten Ronnenberg, Centre for Good Governance, Denmark
  • Eva Sorensen, Roskilde University, Denmark
  • Professor Angelika Vetter, University of Stuttgart
  • Dr Liz Wedderburn, Ag Research, New Zealand
  • Professor Jane Wills, Exeter University, England

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