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ePub Des pouvoirs et des hommes: L'administration municipale de Montreal, 1900-1950 (Canadian Public Administration Series) (French Edition) download
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Michele Dagenais
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McGill-Queen's University Press; Administration publique canadi edition (September 30, 1999)
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From 1900 to 1950, the municipal administration underwent a decisive transformation to become a modern bureaucracy. Dagenais presents the municipal government from three perspectives

From 1900 to 1950, the municipal administration underwent a decisive transformation to become a modern bureaucracy. Dagenais explores the forces behind modernization by illuminating the role Basing her work on extensive study of Montreal's city records, Dagenais gives us a view of city government from inside city hall, showing how the city's institutions really functioned. Dagenais presents the municipal government from three perspectives. She first views it as a public administration whose history is marked by the numerous power struggles which brought elected officials into conflict with professional bureaucrats.

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Des pouvoirs et des hommes: L'administration municipale de Montreal, 1900-1950 (Canadian Public Administration Series). FREE delivery worldwide! Description for Des pouvoirs et des hommes: L'administration municipale de Montreal, 1900-1950 (Canadian Public Administration Series) Paperback. Provides an examination of the history of municipal administration in Montreal. Series: Canadian Public Administration Series. Num Pages: 240 pages. BIC Classification: 1KBC; GTB; HB; RPC.

De 1900 à 1950, l'administration municipale subit une transformation décisive et devint une bureaucratie moderne. Dagenais explore les forces derrière la modernisation en illuminant les rôles joués par les diverses politiciens élus, les chefs de départements et les fonctionnaires. Des pouvoirs et des hommes est une analyse de l'histoire de l'administration municipale qui peint, avec grande vivacité, le patronage politique et les fortes personnalités au sein de l'hôtel de ville à une époque oú Montréal fut le centre économique du Canada.

Series Canadian Public Administration Series. The development of Montreal's municipal administration has remained largely unexamined. From 1900 to 1950, the municipal administration underwent a decisive transformation to become a modern bureaucracy. In Des pouvoirs et des hommes Michèle Dagenais takes a close look at the transformation on municipal administration in the first half of the twentieth century, painting a vivid picture of political patronage and of the strong personalities in Montreal civic government during the reign of the legendary Camillien Houde and against the backdrop of the Great Depression.

Des pouvoirs et des hommes : l’administration municipale de Montréal, 1900-1950, Montréal, Kingston, McGill-Queen’s . Faire et fuir la ville.

Des pouvoirs et des hommes : l’administration municipale de Montréal, 1900-1950, Montréal, Kingston, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2000. Espaces publics de culture et de loisirs à Montréal et Toronto, XIXe et XXe siècles, Sainte-Foy, Presses de l’Université Laval, 2006. Des pouvoirs et des hommes : l’administration municipale de Montréal, 1900-1950, Montréal, Kingston, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2000. Department and University Information.

Other books in this series. Michele Dagenais is a professor of history at the Universite de Montreal

Other books in this series. Michele Dagenais is a professor of history at the Universite de Montreal. She specializes in urban and environmental history and is the author of Faire et fuir la ville: espaces publics de loisirs et de culture a Montreal et Toronto aux XIXe et XXe siecles (2006) and Des pouvoirs et des hommes: l'administration municipale de Montreal, 1900-1950 (2000).

Michèle DAGENAIS, Des pouvoirs et des Hommes. L'Administration municipale de Montréal, 1900-1950

Michèle DAGENAIS, Des pouvoirs et des Hommes. L'Administration municipale de Montréal, 1900-1950. L’article rend compte d’une facon synthetique de l’evolution des mobilisations populaires a Montreal sur les conditions de vie depuis les debuts des annees 60, particulierement autour de la question du logement

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Basing her work on extensive study of Montreal's city records, Dagenais gives us a view of city government from inside city hall, showing how the city's institutions really functioned. From 1900 to 1950, the municipal administration underwent a decisive transformation to become a modern bureaucracy. Dagenais explores the forces behind modernization by illuminating the roles played by city hall's main actors; elected officials, department heads and civil servants. Dagenais presents the municipal government from three perspectives. She first views it as a public administration whose history is marked by the numerous power struggles which brought elected officials into conflict with professional bureaucrats. Secondly, she sees it as a large enterprise which was notably influenced by modern management techniques, and finally she shows it to be a working environment shaped by professional relationships. Dagenais provides the first detailed history of a municipal administration in Canada, one that is particularly important as Montreal was at the economic and financial centre of Canada during this crucial period of urban and industrial development.