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Governing the Large Metropolis: What Is Governed and Not Governed?

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Le Galès, P. (2013). Governing the Large Metropolis: What Is Governed and Not Governed?. Talk presented at Scholar in Residence Vortrag am MPIfG. Köln. 2013-04-02.


Cite as: http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-0019-1B49-B
Abstract
In his lecture series, Patrick Le Galès contributes to the research agenda on governance that has been pioneered and developed at the MPIfG. He looks at three different dimensions in the governance of mobile societies. His third and final lecture in the series examines what is and isn’t being governed and uses the example of the metropolis to think about the limits of governance, the dark side of governance, and the discontinuities of governance.