Consensus conferences as heterogeneous policy networks: the due consideration of public perceptions

Mohr, A. 2002. Consensus conferences as heterogeneous policy networks: the due consideration of public perceptions. Australian Biologist. 15 (2), pp. 1-15.

TitleConsensus conferences as heterogeneous policy networks: the due consideration of public perceptions
AuthorsMohr, A.
JournalAustralian Biologist
Journal citation15 (2), pp. 1-15
ISSN1030-6234
Year2002
Publication dates
Published2002

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