About this series
The Executive Politics and Governance series focuses on central government, its organisation and its instruments. It is particularly concerned with how the changing conditions of contemporary governing affect perennial questions in political science and public administration. Executive Politics and Governance is therefore centrally interested in questions such as how politics interacts with bureaucracies, how issues rise and fall on political agendas, and how public organisations and services are designed and operated. This book series encourages a closer engagement with the role of politics in shaping executive structures, and how administration shapes politics and policy-making. In addition, this series also wishes to engage with the scholarship that focuses on the organisational aspects of politics, such as government formation and legislative institutions. The series welcomes high quality research-led monographs with comparative appeal. Edited volumes that provide in-depth analysis and critical insights into the field of Executive Politics and Governance are also encouraged.
Editorial Board Philippe Bezes, CNRS-CERSA, Paris, France; Jennifer N. Brass, Indiana University Bloomington, USA; Sharon Gilad, Hebrew University Jerusalem, Israel; Will Jennings, University of Southampton, UK; David E. Lewis, Vanderbilt University, USA; Jan-Hinrik Meyer-Sahling, University of Nottingham, UK; Salvador Parrado, UNED, Madrid, Spain; Nick Sitter, Central European University, Hungary; Kutsal Yesilkagit, University of Utrecht, the Netherlands