Experts on speaking terms with public policy-makers : a case study on the IJssel-Vecht Delta
AbstractThis paper seeks to develop a new interactive approach which will facilitate the communication process between experts and regional stakeholders, by using a sound methodology and the opportunities offered by Internet. The application centers around one of the regions in the eastern part of The Netherlands. It is demonstrated that this approach is useful for consensus building regarding creative policy solutions.
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