Engaging Citizens: Participatory Budgeting and the Inclusive Governance Movement within the United States
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CitationGilman, Hollie Russon. "Engaging citizens: Participatory budgeting and the inclusive governance movement within the United States." Ash Center Occasional Papers Series, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 2016.
AbstractThis paper provides a brief overview of the genesis of participatory budgeting and its current incarnations in the United States. It situates the participatory budgeting process within a larger context of civic innovation strategies occurring across America. The paper outlines the institutional challenges and proposes assessment criteria to be considered when implementing civic and social innovations such as participatory budgeting.
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