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Évaluation des actions transversales du New Deal : des partenariats opérationnels au service de l’emploi des Bruxellois?
[en] Evaluation of the transversal actions of the New Deal: operational partnerships to promote employment for the Brussels residents?
[nl] Evaluatie van de transversale acties van de New Deal: operationele partnerschappen voor de tewerkstelling van de Brusselaars?
Cipriano, Sabrine [IBSA > > > >]
Fallon, Catherine mailto [Université de Liège > Département de science politique > Département de science politique >]
Fastré, Perrine [IBSA > > > >]
Halin, Jordan mailto [Université de Liège > Département de science politique > Anal. et éval. des politiques publ.-Méthod. de sc. politique >]
Brussels studies
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[en] évaluation des politiques ; politique de l'emploi
[en] signed the New Deal, aimed at reinforcing the coherence
of the Brussels employment policy through partnerships
between the stakeholders concerned, both private and
public. The evaluation of this public policy is a first in the
Brussels-Capital Region. This article takes a reflective
look at its results, obtained from case studies and focus
groups. It provides an operational overview of the coordination
mechanisms which have been implemented,
according to the point of view of stakeholders involved in
the New Deal: do these new methods of cooperation
reveal the emergence of a new public governance in the
Brussels Region? It shows that the transformations targeted
by the New Deal in the area of governance between
stakeholders in Brussels are characterised by the
will for the transversality of public intervention, but in the
end remain limited by the institutional division which it
claims to transcend. The method of coordination, which
is too informal and dependent on the stakeholders present
– and even on people – and their means, would
benefit from reinforcement, to guarantee the continuity of
the approach and ensure that coordination is not reduced
to a juxtaposition of stakeholders.
Evaluation du New Deal Bruxellois
Researchers ; Professionals

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