Regional complexity and the need for engaged governance
The paper introduces the concepts regional complexity and engaged governance. Regional complexity is a situation where there is a conflict of interest between different regional actors. It is a situation where there is no clear answer of how this conflict can be solved. It is also a situation where no single actor has the authority to solve the conflict. Engaged governance is active participation between interdependent actors, and use of research based knowledge in order to solve a situation of regional complexity.
Volume (Year): 74 (2010)
Issue (Month): 02 ()
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