Evaluating coordination and learning within governance: open epistemological issues

Greenwood, D. 2018. Evaluating coordination and learning within governance: open epistemological issues. in: Dotti, N.F. (ed.) Knowledge, Policymaking and Learning for European Cities and Regions: From Research to Practice Cheltenham Edward Elgar. pp. 219-230

Chapter titleEvaluating coordination and learning within governance: open epistemological issues
AuthorsGreenwood, D.
EditorsDotti, N.F.
Keywordsgovernance, learning, coordination, complexity, epistemology
Book titleKnowledge, Policymaking and Learning for European Cities and Regions: From Research to Practice
Page range219-230
Year2018
PublisherEdward Elgar
Publication dates
Published31 Aug 2018
Place of publicationCheltenham
ISBN9781786433633

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