Readership: Students and scholars of political philosophy and political theory.
Christopher Ansell, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of California-Berkeley
"Throughout Pragmatist Democracy, Ansell skilfully integrates the writings of theorists from a variety of disciplines. The broad scope and eclectic range of sources and topics make the book accessible to scholers from a variety of disciplines - one could imagine this book as a central text in advanced courses in public administration, political science, public policy, sociology or organization studies." - Keith F. Snider, Public Administration
1. Democratic Governance in a Pragmatist Key
3. Large-Scale Institutional Change
7. Power and Responsibility
9. Collaborative Governance
10. Problem-Solving Democracy