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Reflexive Governance for Sustainable Development

Reflexive Governance for Sustainable Development

Edited by Jan-Peter Voß, Dierk Bauknecht and René Kemp

This book deals with the issue of sustainable development in a novel and innovative way. It examines the governance implications of reflexive modernisation – the condition that societal development is endangered by its own side-effects. With conceptualising reflexive governance the book leads a way out of endless quarrels about the definition of sustainability and into a new mode of collective action.

Chapter 14: The Transition towards Sustainable Production Systems in Austria: A Reflexive Exercise?

Philipp Späth, Harald Rohracher, K. Matthias Weber and Ines Oehme

Subjects: environment, environmental governance and regulation, environmental politics and policy, environmental sociology, politics and public policy, environmental politics and policy, european politics and policy


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