Governance, Performance, and Capacity Stress : The Chronic Case of Prison Crowding Hardback
by S. Bastow
Part of the Executive Politics and Governance series
Public policy systems often sustain chronic capacity stress (CCS) meaning they neither excel nor fail in what they do, but do both in ways that are somehow manageable and acceptable.
This book is about one archetypal case of CCS - crowding in the British prison system - and how we need a more integrated theoretical understanding of its complexity.
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