Co-production of knowledge – action systems in urban sustainable governance : The KASA approach

  title={Co-production of knowledge – action systems in urban sustainable governance : The KASA approach},
  author={Tischa A. Mu{\~n} oz-Erickson},
  • Tischa A. Muñ oz-Erickson
  • Published 2014
This paper examines how knowledge–action systems – the networks of actors involved in the production, sharing and use of policy-relevant knowledge – work in the process of developing sustainable strategies for cities. I developed an interdisciplinary framework – the knowledge–action system analysis (KASA) framework – that integrates concepts of the coproduction of knowledge and social order with social network analysis tools to analyze existing configurations of knowledge–action systems in the… CONTINUE READING

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