|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
Richard A. Chapman is Emeritus Professor of Politics and Honorary Research Fellow at Durham Business School, Durham University, UK. Michael Hunt is Senior Lecturer in Public Administration at Sheffield Hallam University, UK.
Table of Contents
Contents: Open government and freedom of information, Michael Hunt and Richard A. Chapman; The Freedom of Information Act - the first three months, Lord Goodhart; The potential benefits of freedom of information, Simon James; Local government and access to information, Michael Hunt; The Principle of Complementarity: freedom of information, public accountability and whistleblowing, Geoffrey Hunt; The Hutton Report: judgment, leadership and open government, Richard A. Chapman; Freedom with or freedom of information: the role of 'special advisers' in British central government, Barry J. O'Toole; Openness: a perspective from the Committee on Standards in Public Life, Robert Behrens; Freedom of information: where we were, where we are (and why), where we are going (and how), James Michael; Freedom of information and its impact on archives, Susan Healy; Freedom with information: electronic government, information intensity and challenges to citizenship, John A. Taylor, Miriam Lips and Joe Organ; Open Government in a theoretical and practical context, Richard A. Chapman and Michael Hunt; A background note: the House of Commons and the Freedom of Information Act 2000, Frank Cranmer; Index.