PIK N 071-13-0114
Description / Table of Contents:
Contents: Introduction ; I The Challenges in Governing Global Public Goods ; 1 Global Public Goods: The Participatory Governance Challenges ; 2 Rethinking Public Goods and Global Public Goods ; 3 New Face of Development Assistance: Public Goods and Changing Ethics ; II Designing Complex Incentive Schemes ; 4 Crowding Out and Crowding In of Intrinsic Preferences ; 5 Regulatory Reform and Reflexive Regulation: Beyond Command and Control ; 6 Governance of the Research and Development Sector for Biotechnology: Intellectual Property Rights and Bioprospecting ; III Compliance: From Legal Tools to Moral Norms ; 7 Managing Global Risks through "Proportionate" Precaution: The Interplay between States, Civil Society, and International Regulation ; 8 Subnational Climate-Friendly Governance Initiatives in theDeveloping World: A Case Study of the State of Sao Paulo, Brazil ; 9 Reflexive Governance and Multilevel Decision Making in Agricultural Policy: Conceptual Reflections and Empirical Evidence ; IV Multi-Stakeholder Coordination: How to Manage Heterogeneity ; 10 Participatory Governance and Sustainability: Findings of a Meta-Analysis of Stakeholder Involvement in Environmental Decision Making ; 11 Social Learning in the Governance of Forest Ecosystem Services ; 12 Value Articulating Institutions and Changing Social Preferences ; V Knowledge Generation on Global Issues ; 13 Knowledge Matters: Institutional Frameworks to Govern the Provision of Global Public Goods ; 14 From Rationalism to Reflexivity? Reflections on Change in the UK Biodiversity Action Plan ; 15 Reflexive Governance and the Importance of Individual Competencies: The Case of Adaptation to Climate Change in Germany ; Conclusion
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Monograph available for loan
XIV, 366 S. : graph. Darst.
Politics, science, and the environment