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LISTA DE LIVROS E ARTIGOS - TEMA: GOVERNANÇA

LIVROS:
- Kooiman, Jan (Ed.) (1993), Modern Governance: New Government-Society Interactions, London:
Sage.
- Kooiman, Jan(2003), Governing as Governance, London: Sage.
- Rhodes, R. A. W. (1996), “The New Governance: Governing without Government”, Political Studies,
44(4), pp. 652-667.
- Rhodes. R.A.W. (1997), Understanding governance: policy networks, governance, reflexivity and
accountability, Buckingham: Open University Press.

LIVROS + ARTIGOS

Adger, W. Neil, Jordan, Andrew (Eds.) (2009), Governing Sustainability,Cambridge: Cambridge


University Press.
Berry, Frances S., Brower, Ralph S., Choi, Sang Ok, Goa, Wendy Xinfang, Jang,HeeSoun, Kwon,
Myungjung, Word, Jessica (2004), “Three Traditions of Network Research: What the Public
Management Research Agenda CanLearn from Other Research Communities”, Public Administration
Review,64(5), pp. 539-552.
Bovaird, Tony, Löffler, Elke (Eds.) (2003a), Public Management andGovernance, London: Routledge.
Brass, Daniel J., Galaskiewicz, Joseph, Greve, Henrich R., Tsai, Wenpin (2004),“Taking Stock of
Networks and Organizations: A Multilevel Perspective”,Academy of Management Journal, 47(6), pp.
795-817.
Carlsson, Lars (1996), “Nonhierarchical Implementation Analysis: AnAlternative to the Methodological
Mismatch in Policy Analysis”, Journal of Theoretical Politics, 8(4), pp. 527-546.
——— (2000), “Policy Networks as Collective Action”, Policy StudiesJournal, 28(3), pp. 502-520.
Eising, Rainer, Kohler-Koch, Beate (1999), “Network governance inthe European Union”, in Beate
Kohler-Koch e Rainer Eising (Eds.), TheTransformation of Governance in the European Union,
London: Routledge.
Gomes, João Salis (2003), “A Avaliação de Políticas Públicas e aGovernabilidade”,
in Juan Mozzicafreddo, João Salis Gomes e João S.Batista (Orgs.), Ética e Administração: Como
modernizar os ServiçosPúblicos?, Oeiras: Celta.
Kenis, Patrick, Schneider, Volker (1991), “Policy Networks and Policy Analysis:Scrutinizing a New
Analytical Tollbox”, in Bernd Marin e Renate Mayntz(Eds.), Policy Networks: Empirical Evidence and
Theoretical Considerations,Frankfurt: Campus.
Klijn, Erik-Hans (1996), “Analyzing and Managing Policy Processes inComplex Networks: A
Theoretical Examination of the Concept PolicyNetwork and Its Problems”, Administration & Society,
28(1), pp. 90-119.
——— (2008), “Governance and Governance Networks in Europe”, PublicManagement Review,
10(4), pp. 505-525
Kohler-Koch, Beate, Eising, Rainer (Eds.) (1999), The Transformation of Governance in the
European Union, London: Routledge.
Kooiman, Jan (Ed.) (1993), Modern Governance: New Government-SocietyInteractions, London:
Sage.
——— (2003), Governing as Governance, London: Sage.
Marinetto, Mike (2003), “Governing beyond the Centre: A Critique of theAnglo-Governance School”,
Political Studies, 51(3), pp. 592-608.
Pierre, Jon, Peters, B. Guy (2000), Governance, politics and the state, NewYork: St. Martin’s Press.
Prätorius, Rainer (2003), “Debating Governance: Whatever That Means”,Journal of Public
Administration Research & Theory, 13(2), pp. 235-237.
Provan, Keith G., Kenis, Patrick (2008), “Modes of Network Governance:Structure, Management,
and Effectiveness”, Journal of PublicAdministration Research and Theory, 18(2), pp. 229-252.
Provan, Keith G., Milward, H. Brinton (1995), “A Preliminary Theory of Interorganizational Network
Effectiveness: A Comparative Study of FourCommunity Mental Health Systems”, Administrative
Science Quarterly,40(1), pp. 1-33.
——— (2001), “Do Networks Really Work? A Framework for EvaluatingPublic-Sector Organizational
Networks”, Public Administration Review,61(4), pp. 414-423.
Rhodes, R. A. W. (1996), “The New Governance: Governing withoutGovernment”, Political Studies,
44(4), pp. 652-667.
——— (1997), Understanding governance: policy networks, governance,reflexivity and
accountability, Buckingham: Open University Press.
Sandström, Annica, Carlsson, Lars (2008), “The Performance of PolicyNetworks: The Relation
between Network Structure and NetworkPerformance”, Policy Studies Journal, 36(4), pp. 497-524.
Scott, John (1988), “Social Network Analysis”, Sociology, 22(1), pp. 109-127.
Sørensen, Eva (2002), “Democratic Theory and Network Governance”,Administrative Theory &
Praxis, 24(4), pp. 693-720.
Stoker, Gerry (1998), “Governance as theory: five propositions”,International Social Science Journal,
50(155), pp. 17-28.
——— (2006), “Public Value Management: A New Narrative for NetworkedGovernance?”, American
Review of Public Administration, 36(1), pp. 41-57.
Wellman, Barry (1983), “Network Analysis: Some Basic Principles”,Sociological Theory, 1, pp. 155-
200.