The membership of local appointed bodies

Chris Skelcher, Howard Davies
1st May 1995

Many local appointed bodies (quangos) have been created in the last decade.

They have executive power in the fields of health, further education, training, careers and housing and urban regeneration, but are not subject to local democratic control by those whose lives they affect. Chris Skelcher and Howard Davis of the University of Birmingham have investigated the characteristics and attitudes of non-executive board members in eight types of local appointed bodies.

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