The first book to fully trace FOI in the UK from its roots through to its complex implementation and impact over the past decade Explains how and why politicians pass laws that have no votes and open governments to criticism and exposure, and how they become ´trapped´ in their own promises and the signals that such promises of transparency send out Looks beyond the over-simple explanation of ´secretive governments´, examining the nuances of policy processes and exposing internal conflicts in the political establishment Compares the UK experience with similar conflicts over FOI in the US, Australia and India, as well as two very different processes in New Zealand and Ireland.
|Número de páginas:||208|
|Ano de edição:||2017|
|Tipo de produto :||Livro|
|Assuntos :||Ciências Políticas|