Bridging and Bonding Capital in Two-Mode Collaboration Networks

  title={Bridging and Bonding Capital in Two-Mode Collaboration Networks},
  author={Ramiro Berardo},
Public management and policy scholars have empirically demonstrated that in complex policy arenas, governments depend on the collaboration of policy actors outside their direct control to produce needed goods and services. Government-sponsored shared-cost programs are one of the premier mechanisms to foster such cooperation, yet little is known about the inner patterns of participation in such programs and whether they are conditional on specific resource needs that partners may have. In this… CONTINUE READING


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