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Home Workshops Frontiers of Democracy Frontiers of Democracy: Theory and Practice What are principles of institutional design for collective action and civic renewal?

What are principles of institutional design for collective action and civic renewal?

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What are principles of institutional design for collective action and civic renewal?

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Hierarchy versus peer-focused
Top-down civil society approaches fashioned after "representative democracy" models of government and/or "scientific expert" mools breed corruption and elitism, like the models they imitate. A function of their lack of accountability on a day-to-day basis. The problems we now face are beyond the ken of such a narrow slice of the population-- we need to hear from everyone, from those most affected, on a "retail" basis,
Harold McDougall , 25 Jul 2011 06:09 AM

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