The Crisis Regime
The M. A. C., the E. F. C. B., and the Political Impact of the New York City Financial Crisis
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Robert W. Bailey is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Baruch College of the City University of New York.
"The Crisis Regime combines an insightful, well-documented analysis of the New York City financial crisis of 1975 and a broader, theoretical sense of changing politics and modes of governance in big cities. The case study is conceptualized in generic terms so that people from outside New York as well as those involved directly in the city will learn from it. It will be of great interest to academics and could lay the groundwork for future studies of big-city politics and management. It is a case study that has broad significance." — David Rogers, New York University, Graduate School of Business Administration.