Beliefs in Government

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FOREWORD
This is one of five volumes in a series produced by the Beliefs in Government research programme of the European Science Foundation. The volumes, all published by Oxford University Press in 1995, are as follows:
i. i Citizens and the State, edited by Hans-Dieter Klingemann and Dieter Fuchs
ii. ii Public Opinion and Internationalized Governance, edited by Oskar Niedermayer and Richard Sinnott
iii. iii The Scope of Government, edited by Ole Borre and Elinor Scarbrough
iv. iv The Impact of Values, edited by Jan van Deth and Elinor Scarbrough
v. v Beliefs in Government, authored by Max Kaase and Kenneth Newton

The first chapter of Beliefs in Government presents a brief history of the research project, its general concerns, approach and methods, and an outline of the relationship of each volume to the project as a whole.

All five books share a debt of gratitude which we would like to acknowledge on their behalf. The European Science Foundation (ESF) supported and funded the research programme throughout its five long and arduous years. Eleven of the research councils and academies which are members of the ESF have made a financial contribution to the overall costs of the project -- Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, the Federal Republic of Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. We would like to thank the ESF and these member organizations five times over -- once for each book.

All five volumes were copy-edited by Heather Bliss, whose eagle eye and endless patience are unrivalled in the Western world. At Oxford University Press we were lucky indeed to have two understanding editors in Tim Barton and Dominic Byatt.

in particular, John Smith, the Secretary of the ESF's Standing Committee for the Social Sciences, and his staff put in huge efforts

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