Cities and Complexity by K.S. Christensen
Published Web Locationhttps://doi.org/10.5070/BP314112988
Karen Christensen's Cities and Complexity is a remarkably non partisan foray into the structural and analytical details comprising intergovernmental relations in the United States. Informed by years of work with the U . S . Department of Housing and Urban Development, teaching and research with the University of California at Berkeley, and a vast body of literature regarding organizational theory, this is a particularly multi-dimensional, yet practical, impression of the sprawling institutions we call "government".