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Titel The role of experts in a diversity of governance arrangements: the case of nature conservation in the Netherlands
Looptijd 01 / 2004 - 12 / 2008
Status Afgesloten
Dissertatie Ja
Onderzoeknummer OND1309734

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Analytically, we can observe a shift from hierarchical modes of co- ordination (or 'government') to inceased network co-ordination (or 'governance'). The shift toward increased network co-ordination during the last decade, has important implications for the roles of experts and expertise. Severla authors (Hisschemöller et al, 2001; Turnhout, 2003) show that the role of science and experts is contingent on the context. This means that the roles of science and expertise can be expected to differ in different governance arrangements. It can be hypothesised that the roles of science and expertise in a situation of increased network co-ordination will be different from the roles in the old style technocreatic conservation policy process. Given the (formerly) prominent role of experts in nature conservation policy making, this research will contribute to an understanding of the changing role of experts in a diversity governance arrangements by enlightening the changing role of experts and expertise in nature conservation in the Netherlands.
Keywords: governance, experts, expertise, social learning, nature conservation, drentsche aa, resource dilemma, platforms for resource negotiation

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A14000 Natuur en landschap
D42000 Politieke wetenschappen en bestuurskunde

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