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Strategic Governance

The use of the powers and instruments that governments possess in order to set the broad direction for the policy system as a whole.

(Pal, L. (2006). Beyond Policy Analysis: Public Issue Management in Turbulent Times. Third Edition. Toronto: Nelson – Thomson, p.274.)

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The use of the powers and instruments that governments have at their disposal to encourage private/public partnerships networks, framework agreements and broad direction for the policy system as a whole.
     
Strategic Governance

The use of the powers and instruments that governments possess in order to set the broad direction for the policy system as a whole.

(Pal, L. (2006). Beyond Policy Analysis: Public Issue Management in Turbulent Times. Third Edition. Toronto: Nelson – Thomson, p.274.)

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The use of the powers and instruments that governments have at their disposal to encourage private/public partnerships networks, framework agreements and broad direction for the policy system as a whole.

Approved for glossaryposting by Ben Eisen on January 14, 2011


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