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Glover, Mark

The Impact of the Freedom of Information Act on Central Government in the UK

Glover, Mark - The Impact of the Freedom of Information Act on Central Government in the UK, ebook

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Table of contents

Part I. Freedom of Information in Theory

1. Introduction: Why Evaluate the Impact of Freedom of Information, and How?
Robert Hazell, Ben Worthy, Mark Glover

2. What Are the Objectives of Freedom of Information?
Robert Hazell, Ben Worthy, Mark Glover

3. Whitehall and Freedom of Information
Robert Hazell, Ben Worthy, Mark Glover

4. Assessing the Impact of Freedom of Information in Britain
Robert Hazell, Ben Worthy, Mark Glover

Part II. Freedom of Information in Practice

5. How Freedom of Information Works
Robert Hazell, Ben Worthy, Mark Glover

6. Has Freedom of Information Led to More Transparent Government?
Robert Hazell, Ben Worthy, Mark Glover

7. The Culture of Secrecy
Robert Hazell, Ben Worthy, Mark Glover

8. Has Freedom of Information Increased Government Accountability?
Robert Hazell, Ben Worthy, Mark Glover

9. Civil Service Neutrality
Robert Hazell, Ben Worthy, Mark Glover

10. Ministerial Accountability
Robert Hazell, Ben Worthy, Mark Glover

11. Effective Government and the Quality of Decision-making
Robert Hazell, Ben Worthy, Mark Glover

12. The Cabinet System of Government
Robert Hazell, Ben Worthy, Mark Glover

13. Increased Public Understanding of Government Decision-making?
Robert Hazell, Ben Worthy, Mark Glover

14. Has Freedom of Information Led to Increased Trust in Government?
Robert Hazell, Ben Worthy, Mark Glover

15. Has Freedom of Information Led to Increased Participation in the Political Process?
Robert Hazell, Ben Worthy, Mark Glover

16. Has Freedom of Information Met Its Objectives?
Robert Hazell, Ben Worthy, Mark Glover

17. How Well Does Freedom of Information Work?
Robert Hazell, Ben Worthy, Mark Glover

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, British Politics, Political Science, Law, general, US Politics, Constitutional Law

Author(s)
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2010
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Understanding Governance Series
Page amount
346 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230281998
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-32124-7

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