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Commons Problem Mutually agreed upon coercion necessary (Government) Voluntary Action Insufficient (But a necessary building block?) Civic Enterprise or 51/49 Spoil System Referenda Impeachment Coup d’Etat + Revolt Corruption F.P. Salvucci 1.253, Spring 2004 slide 1 February 20, 2004
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Policy Legislative Process Executive Role Relative nature of policy formation Economy Sustainability Equity Environment Problem of Lumpiness (Transit) F.P. Salvucci 1.253, Spring 2004 slide 2 February 20, 2004
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Implementation of Policy Agency, Institutional Structure Funding Implementors as surrogate customers Private partners as surrogate customers Feedback to policy process, 3 Es Corruption F.P. Salvucci 1.253, Spring 2004 slide 3 February 20, 2004
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Implementation of Policy Two Commons Process Concrete commons expansion usually predates consciousness of green commons problems Regulation of green commons drives constituency for expansion Sequential and incremental nature of policy and implementation F.P. Salvucci 1.253, Spring 2004 slide 4 February 20, 2004
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China 1421 vs. Europe 1492
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