The Bristol civic leadership project
Full project title: Bristol civic leadership project
Duration: September 2014-September 2015
- Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)
- Bristol City Council
Project Leader for SPE: Professor Robin Hambleton
Research partner/collaborator: Dr David Sweeting, School for Policy Studies, University of Bristol
The Bristol Civic Leadership Project is the first ‘before’ and ‘after’ study of the impact of the mayoral model of governance carried out anywhere in the world. It aims to assess what difference a directly elected mayor makes, and it also seeks to contribute ideas on how to improve the way the mayoral model of governance can operate.
- Hambleton R. and Sweeting D. (2014) Innovation in urban political leadership. Reflections on the introduction of a directly-elected mayor in Bristol, UK. Public Money and Management, Vol 34, No 5, September, pp 315-322. Research Repository ID: 24139.
- Sweeting D. and Hambleton R. (2015) ‘Mayoral governance in Bristol: An initial assessment of impacts’, Policy Bristol Report 2/2015, March. Bristol: University of Bristol.
For further information about this project, please contact Professor Robin Hambleton (Robin.Hambleton@uwe.ac.uk).
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