Publications

Articles

Building Consensual Institutions: Networks and the National Estuary Program

M. Schneider, J. Scholz, M. Lubell, M. Edwardsen, D. MINDRUTA

American Journal of Political Science

2003, vol. 47, n°1, pp.143-158

Departments: Strategy & Business Policy, GREGHEC (CNRS)


Currently, many approaches to solving policy problems seek to create comm unity-based, less coercive solutions that are creating the conditions for the birth of new regional governmental institutions. We argue that networks form the core of these emergent structures and that federal programs can play a positive role in developing local networks. Our empirical work compares networks in estuaries included in National Estuary Program with networks in comparable estuaries that were not. We find that the networks in NEP areas span more levels of government, integrate more experts into policy discussions, nurture stronger interpersonal ties between stakeholders, and create greater faith in the procedural fairness of local policy, thus laying the foundation for a new form of cooperative governance

Books

Le Libéralisme, l'Innovation et la Question des Limites

A. Hatchuel, R. LAUFER

L'Harmattan

2003



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Student posts

How impact investing brings solar power to Africa

Monica Moncayo Escobar 16 May 2017

Sub-Saharan Africa suffers from a lack of energy infrastructure. Increasingly, those without access (...)


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