Handbook on Participatory Governance
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Handbook on Participatory Governance

Edited by Hubert Heinelt

This Handbook concentrates on democracy beyond the traditional governmental structures to explore the full scope of participatory governance. It argues that it is a political task to turn the shift from government to governance into participatory forms, and reflects on the notion of democracy and participatory governance, and how they can relate to each other. The volume offers key examples of how governance can be turned into a participatory form.
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Chapter 7: Structuring participatory governance through particular ‘rules in use’: lessons from the empirical application of Elinor Ostrom’s IAD Framework

Pieter-Jan Klok and Bas Denters

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7. Structuring participatory governance through particular ‘rules in use’: lessons from the empirical application of Elinor Ostrom’s IAD Framework Pieter-Jan Klok and Bas Denters INTRODUCTION Participatory governance can be studied in many differe...

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