Critical Reflections on Interactive Governance Self-organization and Participation in Public Governance
Self-organization and Participation in Public Governance
Edited by Jurian Edelenbos and Ingmar van Meerkerk
Chapter 3: Forms of governance and policy problems: coping with complexity
AbstractIn their contribution Peters and Pierre address the linkage between types of policy problems and the processes used to address them. They focus on the challenging question: what processes are likely to be most effective in addressing wicked problems? That question, however, makes several important assumptions, which they deal with in their chapter. The first is that there is a single type of wicked problem, and therefore a single process that can be most effective in addressing, if not solving, those problems.
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