The design of a contextualized responsive evaluation framework for fishery management in Benin
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KeywordsFishery management; Ambiguity; Repetitive ineffectiveness; Complexity; Historical analysis; Systemic analysis; Action theory; Double-loop learning; Responsive evaluation (RE);
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