Policy process summary

Policy process summary - Chris Ansell and Alison Gash,...

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Chris Ansell and Alison Gash, Collaborative Governance in Theory and Practice 1. Definition (different from adversarialism and managerialism) Collaborative governance brings multiple stakeholders together in common forums with public agencies to engage in consensus-oriented decision making. The forum is initiated by public agencies or institutions (such as bureaucracies, courts, legislatures, and other governmental bodies at the local, state or federal levels) Participants in the forum includes non-state stakeholders (refers to both to the participation of citizens as individuals and to the participation of organized groups) Participants engage directly in decision making and not merely “consulted” by public agencies The forum is formally organized and meets collectively The forum aims to make decision by consensus (even if consensus is not achieved in practice) The focus of collaboration is on public policy or public management .
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