Adaptive co-management: How social networks, deliberation and learning affect legitimacy in carnivore management

  title={Adaptive co-management: How social networks, deliberation and learning affect legitimacy in carnivore management},
  author={Carina Lundmark and Simon Matti and Annica Sandstr{\"o}m},
  journal={European Journal of Wildlife Research},
Adaptive co-management (ACM) is a key concept in science and an increasingly adopted policy response in conservation, associated with a number of positive outcomes. However, the effects and mechanisms of co-management arrangements, including the conditions under which ACM gives rise to higher levels of internal and external legitimacy, are yet to be explored. This endeavor, in turn, requires theoretically driven models providing assumptions and outlining testable hypotheses. Considering the… CONTINUE READING

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