Governing Complexity

Governing Complexity

Analyzing and Applying Polycentricity

Garrick, Dustin E. (University of Oxford); Thiel, Andreas (Universitat Kassel, Germany); Blomquist, William A. (Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis)

Cambridge University Press

10/2019

310

Dura

Inglês

9781108419987

15 a 20 dias

Building on the work of Elinor and Vincent Ostrom and the 'Bloomington School', Governing Complexity provides an updated explanation of polycentric governance, and critically evaluates its usefulness through examples in contemporary settings involving complex natural resource systems.
Introduction Andreas Thiel, William A. Blomquist and Dustin E. Garrick; Part I. Foundations for Understanding and Researching Polycentric Governance Mark Stephan and William A. Blomquist: 1. An introduction to polycentricity and governance Mark Stephan, Graham Marshall and Michael McGinnis; 2. Seeing polycentrically: examining governance situations using a polycentricity lens William A. Blomquist and Nadine Jenny Shirin Schroeder; 3. Foundational aspects of polycentric governance: overarching rules, social-problem characteristics and heterogeneity Andreas Thiel and Christine Moser-Priewich; 4. Evolutionary institutional change and performance in polycentric governance Andreas Thiel, Raul Pacheco-Vega and Elizabeth Baldwin; Part II. Interactions and Performance in Polycentric Governance Tom Koontz and Dustin E. Garrick: Overview and Introduction Tom Koontz, Tanya Heikkila, Dustin E. Garrick and Sergio Villamayor-Tomas; 5. Cooperation in polycentric governance systems Tom Koontz; 6. Conflict and conflict resolution in polycentric governance systems Tanya Heikkila; 7. Competition in polycentric governance systems Dustin E. Garrick and Sergio Villamayor-Tomas; 8. Assessing performance in polycentric governance system interactions Tom Koontz, Tanya Heikkila, Dustin E. Garrick and Sergio Villamayor-Tomas; Part III. Constituting Polycentric Governance Graham Marshall and Andreas Thiel: 9. Polycentricity and citizenship in environmental governance Graham Marshall and Anas Malik; 10. The Faustian bargain: power-sharing, constitutions, and the practice of polycentricity in governance Vlad Tarko, Edella Schlager and Mark Lutter; 11. Practicing polycentric governance Bryan Bruns; Conclusions Andreas Thiel, William A. Blomquist and Dustin E. Garrick; References.
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