Harmonising devolved responsibility for biosecurity governance: the challenge of competing institutional logics

@inproceedings{Higgins2016HarmonisingDR,
  title={Harmonising devolved responsibility for biosecurity governance: the challenge of competing institutional logics},
  author={Vaughan Higgins and Melanie Bryant and Marta Hern{\'a}ndez-Jover and Connar McShane and Luzia Rast},
  year={2016}
}
Harmonisation of disease management practices across global space and the devolution of responsibility to a broader range of actors are two increasingly important approaches for ordering biosecurity governance. While these forms of ordering have been examined individually, the social science biosecurity literature provides limited insights into how they interact and interfere with one another, and the consequences for biosecurity implementation. This paper draws upon an institutional logics… CONTINUE READING

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