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Professor Rachel Krause (and others) recently published in J-PART "The Administrative Organization of Sustainability Within Local Government" - From the abstract: "Administrative structure can shape bureaucratic process, performance, and responsiveness and is a particularly important consideration when new bureaucratic functions and programs are being established. However, the factors that influence the assignment of these functions to specific government agencies or departments are understudied, particularly at the local level.... Although it is not a traditional function of local government, sustainability is becoming an increasingly common objective." This paper focuses on who is explicitly responsible for sustainability in local government. http://jpart.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2014/08/17/jopart.muu032.full Keywords: #sustainability #localgov
The Administrative Organization of Sustainability Within Local Government
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