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Die Persistenz von Institutionen - Hindernisse auf dem Weg zu einer nachhaltigen Flächennutzungspolitik in Deutschland

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  • Fischer, Beate
  • Jöst, Frank
  • Manstetten, Reiner
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    Sollen in Zukunft ambitionierte Ziele der nachhaltigen Flächennutzung erreicht werden, wie zum Beispiel das 30-Hektar-Ziel aus der Nachhaltigkeitsstrategie der rot-grünen Bundesregierung aus dem Jahre 2002, dann müssen politische Strategien gefunden werden, die es erlauben, weitgehende institutionelle Reformen zu verwirklichen. Die Voraussetzung dazu ist, vorhandene institutionelle Persistenzen und damit Reformblockaden zu identifizieren. Aufbauend auf theoretische Überlegungen widmet sich der Aufsatz einer Erörterung der Persistenz von Institutionen der Flächennutzung, um daraus politische Handlungsbeschränkungen und -spielräume ableiten zu können.

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    Paper provided by University of Heidelberg, Department of Economics in its series Working Papers with number 0503.

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    Date of creation: 13 Aug 2010
    Handle: RePEc:awi:wpaper:0503
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