The use of meta-governance mechanisms to fight social segregation in Copenhagen

Experiences with municipal cross-sector integration

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Resumé

In 2011 Copenhagen City Council adopted a citywide Policy for Disadvantaged Areas in Copenhagen to combat geographically specific vicious circles of social deprivation and physical deterioration in the city. The policy was a result of an inter-departmental learning process, designed to come up with meta-governance mechanisms to better coordinate area-based interventions across all seven city departments in the municipal administration, integrating these with mainstream municipal welfare pillars. The process is reported in (Engberg & Larsen 2010). This paper revisits the policy in a qualitative study five years after adaptation of PDAC. The paper investigates how practices of joint leadership and meta-governance across city departments and between city officials and local stakeholders have been institutionalized as coordination mechanisms as a result of the new policy.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato16 mar. 2016
Antal sider18
StatusUdgivet - 16 mar. 2016
Begivenhed46th Annual Urban Affairs Association Conference 2016 - Hilton San Diego Bayfront, San Diego, USA
Varighed: 16 mar. 201619 mar. 2016

Konference

Konference46th Annual Urban Affairs Association Conference 2016
LokationHilton San Diego Bayfront
LandUSA
BySan Diego
Periode16/03/201619/03/2016

Citer dette

Engberg, L. A. (2016). The use of meta-governance mechanisms to fight social segregation in Copenhagen: Experiences with municipal cross-sector integration . Afhandling præsenteret på 46th Annual Urban Affairs Association Conference 2016, San Diego, USA.
Engberg, Lars A. / The use of meta-governance mechanisms to fight social segregation in Copenhagen : Experiences with municipal cross-sector integration . Afhandling præsenteret på 46th Annual Urban Affairs Association Conference 2016, San Diego, USA.18 s.
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