Municipal Services and Employees in the Modern City considers the roles played by local institutions and particular processes that shaped the urban fabric. It rediscovers from models and maps the constituent dynamics of cities since the beginning of the nineteenth century, and demonstrates how patterns evolved in the way services and locations were organized; how urban transformation was underpinned by structural development, and how the municipal workforce became an integral part of the agencies of change. Municipal Services and Employees in the Modern City suggests that municipal experiences are central to the development of urban studies. Its focus of analysis ranges across Europe and the Americas from high-ranking bureaucrats to firefighters, engineers to accountants, and town clerks to public servants.Visiting the site, Mayor FAibio da Silva Prado talkedto the cabbage patcha#39;s owner, achacareiro (subsistence farmer).2 The ... Prado officially donated that money to a childrena#39;spark programme runby theculture department, with instructionsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Municipal Services and Employees in the Modern City|
|Author||:||Mr Pierre-Yves Saunier, Ms Irene Maver, Professor Michèle Dagenais|
|Publisher||:||Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2013-06-28|