Innovation, Uncertainty and Relational Governance
AbstractWhat is relational governance (RG)? What problems is it meant to solve? Under what conditions is it effective? The question posed by the editors of this issue is a welcome occasion for reflection on a widely used but multiple meaning concept and on its virtues and limits. In particular, I shall address the question of what properties RG precisely has in governing innovation. Answering this question leads to distinguishing four types of RG with different capacities of dealing with uncertainty.
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Volume (Year): 13 (2006)
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