Edited by Christopher Ansell and Jacob Torfing
Chapter 36: Network governance
Networked governance has a long history. This chapter distills its defining characteristics and discusses theoretical concepts and related theories. It also identifies and describes some of the types, functions and forms these entities can assume. Finally the chapter highlights ongoing and emergent challenges and their implications. It forecasts an increasingly hybrid future in which network governance and theorizing will occupy a central position.
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