The Challenge of Legitimacy and Effectiveness
Edited by Karl Hogl, Eva Kvarda, Ralf Nordbeck and Michael Pregernig
Environmental policy making has become an experimental field for new modes of governance. This timely book focuses on three prominent characteristics of new governance arrangements: the broad participation of non-state actors, the attempt to improve vertical and horizontal coordination, and the effort to integrate different types of expertise in an effective and democratically accountable way.
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- Environmental Governance
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- Chapter 1: Legitimacy and Effectiveness of Environmental Governance – Concepts and Perspectives
- Chapter 2: Participation in Environmental Governance: Legitimate and Effective?
- Chapter 3: More Effective Natural Resource Management through Participatory Governance? Taking Stock of the Conceptual and Empirical Literature – and Moving Forward
- Chapter 4: Legitimacy and Policy Effectiveness of National Strategies for Sustainability in Austria
- Chapter 5: The National Park Process in Denmark: A Network Governance Approach to Democratize Nature Policy-making?
- Chapter 6: The Challenge of Coordination: Bridging Horizontal and Vertical Boundaries
- Chapter 7: The Shift from Hierarchy to Governance in National Park Management: Analysing Participation, Coordination and Political Commitment
- Chapter 8: Temporary Governance and Persistent Government: Rural Policy Integration in Pilot and Mainstream Funding Programs
- Chapter 9: Reflexive Governance: A Way Forward for Coordinated Natural Resource Policy?
- Chapter 10: Normative and Analytical Perspectives on the Role of Science and Expertise in Environmental Governance
- Chapter 11: From Truth to Trust: Lessons Learned from ‘Climategate’
- Chapter 12: Scientific and Local Knowledge in the Danish National Park Process
- Chapter 13: Institutionalization of Accountability within Mission-oriented Research: The Example of the ‘Decision Support System Forest and Climate Change’
- Chapter 14: Effectiveness and Legitimacy of Environmental Governance – Synopsis of Key Insights
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