The core executive in britain author(s): martin j smith publisher: palgrave pages: 304 series: transforming government downloads: flyer further actions : recommend to library. A level guide with analysis of the core executive part of the uk government. In order to unpack the specifics of the irish case, the position and function of special advisers are explored through two theoretical perspectives – public adviser bargains and the core executive it is argued that the special adviser continues to fit somewhat uneasily within the imperatives of the political- administrative system. (7 functions) ratifying decisions made elsewhere within the central executive agreeing the management of government business in parliament settling disputes between the decline in importance of the cabinet the increasing importance of the role in terms of the media and public opinion the increasing importance of. That in relation to the governance of public bodies the role and capacity of the cabinet office has been transformed in mapping this development the article explores the implications of the centre striking back in the context of 'post-new public management' reforms keywords: meta-governance core executive.
Ceq was established within the eop by congress as part of the national environmental policy act of 1969 (nepa) and additional responsibilities were provided by the the core mission of the office of management and budget ( omb) is to serve the president in implementing his vision across the executive branch. Another hence, while the definition emphasises the coordination function of the core executive, it also stresses the fragmentation (ibid) of coordinating structures within the core executive arena a key element of rhodes' initial work on the core executive was the identification of six variants (dunleavy and rhodes 1990, p. There are certain duties a prime minister must carry out, but beyond that the job is very much what they make of it- and what their colleagues will allow them to make of it43 the relative resources of core executive actors vary according to the issue area under consideration44 in foreign policy as in other areas, the prime.
Elements of the political executive has led to a series of metaphors being used to define cabinet cabinet has thus been and of a policy network redirect attention towards other features: the reasons why core executives the exceptions are where specific pieces of legislation specify particular roles, for example, the. The emergence and growing importance of political staff is a response to these pressures and the need to coordinate inputs from multiple sources (eichbaum and shaw 20109 tiernan 2007) the consequences of the institutionalization of the core executive are a matter of dispute some authors assume. The relationship of the judiciary to the executive and legislature is explicit in the specification and feeds into the issue of judicial appointments which is also explicit in this regard, the 2005 constitutional reform act and developments flowing from this (eg the reformed role of the lord chancellor, judicial appointments.
Prime ministers roles and powers roles chief executive chief legislator chief diplomat public relations chief party chief powers of the pm powers of patronage appoint and dismiss ministers at cabinet level or below, civil servants, special advisers, bishops, create peers, nominate individuals for. Executive function8 an analysis of the framers' writings within their historical context shows that the framers did not intend prosecution to be a core executive function-in fact, they intended that prosecution be executive in the same sense as the morrison conclusion first, the framers intended that prose- cution would be. Using large-n survey data, the article finds three distinct roles among political appointees in norway: 'stand in', 'media advisor' and 'political coordinator' the article then combines insights from research on political appointees with insights from core executive studies (ces) to explain why political appointees perform one.
2 , as is the case with the wider core executive this paper will help somewhat to address this anomaly, in exploring the impact of institutional tinkering on the department, specifically with regard to its public service management (psm) function the paper utilises the renewed critical juncture framework to. Dunleavy and rhodes convincingly demonstrated the advantage of the concept core executive in the comparative studies in this context the study of politico- administrative relations in government seems more feasible this enable - as i will demonstrate - much profoundly to conceive also the role of different units of core. Core executive is where power resides and is the most appropriate site for the substantive representation of women the ministerial role is by definition about getting things done (kaufman, 1997) and 'being seen to make a difference' ( bevir and rhodes, 2006a, p 122) we analyse the core executive here through a feminist. Buy the core executive in britain (understanding governance) 1999 by martin j smith (isbn: 9780333605165) from amazon's book store everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
24 core executive the core executive approach was developed in the analysis of british government by dunleavy and rhodes (1990), but it has travelled well ( elgie 1997, p 2011) it defines the executive governance example, to delegate powers and responsibilities to ministers and departments (heffernan 2003, pp. The core executive is that part of government that implements policy this covers the prime minister, the cabinet, the cabinet committees, the cabinet office.
Focus: roles and powers of the prime minister • providing direction for the government • political and policy leadership • making appointments to major is the current system truly a prime ministerial government or evidence of presidentialism where the pm dominates or is the core executive or cabinet. This article argues appointed political staffs are important, yet understudied, mechanisms for core executive policy coordination it suggests revisions to update core executive theory to better accommodate the increasingly systematic use of political staffs throughout core executives an analytical framework. The impact of the 'new' role of the deputy prime minister • the impact of coalition on appointment to cabinet and cabinet committees • whether the role of cabinet and its committees, and their status in the core executive, has changed • the impact on policy making and the strategic development of government • the extent.
Minding the minister ministerial advisers in new zealand government c eichbaum, r shaw kōtuitui: new zealand journal of social sciences online 2 (2 ), 95-113, 2007 30, 2007 political staff in executive government: conceptualising and mapping roles within the core executive c eichbaum, r shaw australian. Introduction to the 3 parts of the uk parliament and a brief overview of the role of the judiciary, eu, core executive and committees for aqa government and. 405 devolution and the gatekeeping role of the core executive: the struggle for european funds ian bache and gillian bristow abstract the purpose of this article is to explore the impact of devolution to wales on the policy control of the uk core executive our case study is the implementation of the additional. This focus is adopted because of the unique constitutional role of the civil service and its symbiotic link to the political executive – in the words of the famous it is worth noting the relatively small numbers in the two core departments – the cabinet office and hm treasury –, although this group wields considerable power.