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Neoliberal reordering of urban administrations using the example of the Liegenschaftsfonds Berlin Neoliberale Neuordnung städtischer Verwaltungen am Beispiel des Liegenschaftsfonds Berlin

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In this paper we look at the issue of how the perception and handling of publicly owned real estate has changed with the introduction of the Neues Steuerungsmodells (NSM). In the first section we summarize new economic forms of public administration management and action under the NSM. Following this we consider the strategic dimension of the internal and external dimension of the NSM reforms. In the second part of the article we firstly discuss against this background the introduction of NSM instruments in the district administration of Berlin and secondly the founding of the Liegenschaftsfonds Berlin (LFB). Finally we analyze the interactions of both reforms in regard to the Berlin property policy since the 2000s to identify processes of re-ordering the city.

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In dem Beitrag beschäftigen wir uns mit der Frage, wie sich die Wahrnehmung von und der Umgang mit Liegenschaften im öffentlichen Besitz mit der Einführung von Instrumenten des Neuen Steuerungsmodells (NSM) verändert hat. Im ersten Abschnitt fassen wir die Etablierung neuer betriebswirtschaftlicher Formen von Verwaltungssteuerung und -handeln unter dem Label NSM zusammen. Daran anschließend betrachten wir anhand der Innen- und Außendimension des NSM den strategischen Gehalt der NSM-Reformen. Vor diesem Hintergrund erläutern wir im zweiten Abschnitt des Artikels erstens die Einführung von NSM-Instrumenten in der Berliner Bezirksverwaltung und zweitens die Gründung des Liegenschaftsfonds Berlin (LFB), um abschließend die Wechselwirkungen beider Reformen hinsichtlich der Berliner Liegenschaftspolitik seit den 2000er Jahren zu analysieren.
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Keywords: BERLIN; GOVERNMENTALITY; NEW PUBLIC MANAGEMENT; REAL ESTATE; REGULATION THEORY

Language: German

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 July 2013

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