4 edition of Technocrats and nuclear politics found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 193-196.
|LC Classifications||HD9698.G72 M37 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 196 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||196|
|LC Control Number||88003444|
The most recent summary statement of this project is found in Smart Communities: A Smart Network Design for Local Government Infrastructure, an important new Japanese book, organized by Japan’s top mainstream energy intellectual Kashiwagi Takao, and published Octo 3 The book describes – especially its initial chapter, written by Kashiwagi – how Japan’s energy technocrats are using the . Books Music Art & design TV & radio Letting technocrats run Europe is bad politics and bad economics why the imposition of unelected officials at Author: Aditya Chakrabortty.
Technocrats Minds like machines. Government by experts sounds tempting, especially in a crisis. It can work. But brief stints have the best chances. The Department of Politics and International Relations at Oxford is an internationally renowned centre of excellence for teaching and research. The study of these disciplines at Oxford has a long and distinguished history and the department is now one of the largest in the field in the UK.
Accumulating news and articles on Technocracy from around the world with emphasis on Sustainable Development, Climate Change and Agenda Technocracy is an ideological system of governance in which decision-makers are selected on the basis of their expertise in a given area of responsibility, particularly with regard to scientific or technical knowledge. This system explicitly contrasts with the notion that elected representatives should be the primary decision-makers in government, though it does not necessarily imply eliminating elected representatives. Leadership skills for decision-makers .
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Nuclear Politics provides a compelling theory of nuclear proliferation, backed by extensive evidence on sixteen cases of nuclear development. Its theoretical rigor and historical richness make this book essential reading for anyone interested in understanding why countries acquire nuclear Technocrats and nuclear politics book - and what can be done to stem nuclear by: 5.
Technocrats and nuclear politics: the influence of professional experts in policy-making. [Andrew Massey] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n library.
Largely of middle-class origins, technocrats may make a positive contribution by offering their political masters a buffer from political pressures in the policy process, thereby contributing to political stability and state-building.”.
—Eduardo Silva, University of Missouri, St. by: ‘Nuclear Politics is an important book. Debs and Monteiro show that the spread of nuclear weapons is best understood as a three-way strategic interaction between a government contemplating getting the bomb, its adversaries considering how best to stop such acquisition, and its allies calculating whether to coerce or threaten to abandon the Cited by: 5.
Greening Democracy explains how nuclear energy became a seminal political issue and motivated new democratic engagement in West Germany during the s. Using interviews, as well as the archives of environmental organizations and the Green party, the book traces the development of anti-nuclear protest from the grassroots to by: 2.
The major role played by a technocratic elite in Chilean politics was perhaps most controversial when the “Chicago Boys” ran the economic program of Augusto Pinochet’s military regime from to But technocrats did not suddenly come upon the scene when Pinochet engineered the coup against Salvador Allende’s government.
They had long been important contributors to Chile’s. Author: Teresa S. Encarnacion Tadem While studies on Philippine elites have generally assumed that their political and economic power emanate from belonging to political dynasties, Philippine Politics and the Marcos Technocrats: The Emergence and Evolution of a Power Elite elucidates the emergence of the Philippine technocracy, not from their politico-economic backgrounds, but from their.
Philippine Politics and the Marcos Technocrats: Emergence and Evolution of a Power Elite” by Dr. Teresa S. Encarnacion Tadem. The book launch will be on 30 October Wednesday p.m.
– p.m. at the Second Floor of Palma Hall Lobby (in front of Guerrero Theater), University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City. The Technocrats by Forest W. Horton and a great selection of related books, All of the pages are intact and the cover is intact and the spine may show signs of wear.
The book may have minor markings which are not specifically mentioned. technocrats and nuclear Politics. Andrew Massey. Published by Avebury -Gower Publishing, Aldershot.
While studies on Philippine elites have generally assumed that their political and economic power emanate from belonging to political dynasties, Philippine Politics and the Marcos Technocrats: The Emergence and Evolution of a Power Elite elucidates the emergence of the Philippine technocracy, not from their politico-economic backgrounds, but from their technical knowledge and expertise.
This book analyses the transformation of political representation in contemporary Indonesia to argue the need to better understand how political representatives use claims to engage in storytelling about themselves and the community they by: 1.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. increasingly restricted to “technocrats”, or those with highly technical knowledge and expertise whose deci-sions are unconstrained by political processes.
Tech-nocrats tend to work in those executive institutions of government that are the most insulated from pub-lic pressure, and therefore the least democratically ac-File Size: KB. The Cold War created an appropriate acronym to describe nuclear insanity: MAD (Mutually Assured Destruction).
What is truly mad now is that this nuclear insanity continues when the Cold War rationale for it has disappeared. If we want to move beyond MAD and Cold-War nuclear thinking, a comprehensive understanding of nuclear politics is critical.
Buckley reveals how the physicians, engineers, agronomists, and mid-level technocrats working for federal agencies to combat drought were pressured by politicians to seek out a technological magic bullet that would both end poverty and obviate the need for land Author: Eve E.
Buckley. The bomb in this book’s title is the nuclear bomb, a weapon that has become increasingly powerful since relatively crude nuclear devices were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki to end World War II. Debs, an associate professor of political science, spoke with YaleNews about their book.
An edit transcript of the conversation follows: What motivated your research. Nuclear politics is full of paradoxes, making it an intriguing subject. On the one hand, nuclear weapons are the world’s most destructive weapons.
And Paul Cantor argues, in his book The Invisible Hand in Popular Culture, that a lot of TV and movie science fiction of the past 20 years has been about rejecting the influence of technocrats. In fact, “technocrats” was considered to be a term of abuse in the s and the s. The book also offers a vivid portrait of what ordinary Brazilians made of the development schemes supposedly designed for their benefit."--Stuart McCook, University of Guelph "Eve Buckley charts the successive deployments of engineers, agronomists, and economists tasked with solving the enduring problems of Brazil’s sertão in the past century.
Loeb published a book in titled Life In Technocracy, What it Might be Like. The book had a limited reception but it was a unique description of Technocratic life and lent him some authority.
Shortly thereafter he managed to re-organize the New York technocrats into the Continental Committee.The Technocrats's Magazine, (cover art by Norman Saunders) Technocracy was a progressive engineering movement founded by Howard Scott and Walter Rautenstrauch and centered at Columbia University School of Engineering.The technocracy movement is a social and ideological movement which arose in the early 20th century.
Technocracy was popular in the United States and Canada for a brief period in the early s, before it was overshadowed by other proposals for dealing with the crisis of the Great Depression.
The technocracy movement proposed replacing politicians and businesspeople with scientists and .