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Article title Do state traditions matter? Comparing deliberative governance initiatives for climate change adaptation in Dutch corporatism and British pluralism
Author(s) Vink, M.J. ; Benson, D. ; Boezeman, D. ; Cook, H.E. ; Dewulf, A.R.P.J. ; Termeer, C.J.A.M.
Journal title Journal of water and climate change
Part(Year)Number 6(2015)1
Pages 71 - 88
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Keyword(s) (cab) climate adaptation / water management / regional planning / governance / international comparisons / netherlands / uk
Categories Climatic Change / Water Management (General)
Publication type Scientific article
Language English
About In the emerging field of climate adaptation, deliberative governance initiatives are proposed to yield better adaptation strategies. However, introducing these network-centred deliberations between public and private players may contrast with institutionalized traditions of interest intermediation between state and society. This paper shows how these so-called state traditions affect the processes and outcomes of newly set up deliberative governance initiatives. Because of the similarities in geographical characteristics and the differences in state tradition we conducted a qualitative case study comparison of Dutch and British water management.
program Knowledge for Climate (KfC)
theme HS2 Hotspotoverstijgende thema's
project (Thema 7) Governance van adaptatie
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