Paradigm Shift in Human Services Delivery in the United States: A Change in Approach from the Government to the Governance Model

By Shabu Varghese, University of Central Florida  Introduction Organized societies experienced dramatic changes in their methods of solving public problems since the mid-nineteenth century. The existing literature on different disciplines also supported the trend of changing methods for tackling those complex problems in different countries. Salamon (2002) described this movement or change as a “revolution” that has … Continue reading Paradigm Shift in Human Services Delivery in the United States: A Change in Approach from the Government to the Governance Model

The New Regulatory Space: Reframing Democratic Governance

Book Review By Gergana Yankova-Dimova, University of Cambridge The book “The New Regulatory Space” delivers a masterfully well-reasoned defense of regulation. The regulatory space is analyzed with regard to four systems of authority--the market, democratic politics, the law, and social norms. The book outlines and defends the contributions of the regulatory space to each of … Continue reading The New Regulatory Space: Reframing Democratic Governance