Managing Urban America
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In Managing Urban America, Eighth Edition, the authors guide students through the politics of urban management—doing less with more while managing conflict, delivering goods and services, responding to federal and state mandates, adapting to changing demographics, and coping with economic and budgetary challenges. This revision:
highlights the difficulties cities confront as they deal with the lingering economic challenges of the 2008 Recession
evaluates the concept of e-government, and offers numerous examples in both theory and practice
considers environmental issues and the implications for urban government management
includes new case studies, including some with a global perspective as the authors examine the management of international cities
thoroughly updates all data and scholarship.
|Sold By||SAGE Publications|
|ISBNs||9781506310497, 9781506310497, 9781506310497, 9781506310503, 9781506310510, 9781506310480, 1506310508|
|Number of Pages||392|