Analytics and Beliefs : Competing Explanations for Defining Problems and in Choosing Allies and Opponents in Collaborative Environmental Management

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The rationale for collaborative environmental management often hinges on two factors: first that specialized training creates biased analytics requiring multi-disciplinary approaches to solve policy problems; and second, that the normative beliefs of competing actors must be included in policymaking to give the process legitimacy and to decide trans… (More)

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