Evolutionary Governance Theory | Transition and Innovation in Natural Resource Governance | Social Innovation in Regional Planning

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Flat ontology and evolving governance

In this paper we explore the consequences of a flat ontology for planning theory and practice through the lens of Evolutionary Governance Theory (EGT). We present a perspective in which the ontological hierarchies assumed in planning and beyond are left… Continue Reading →

The risky business of planning reform

In many countries throughout the EU recent planning reforms have reduced the possibilities for comprehensive and long-term planning. This paper explores the factors that explain why one of these countries, Poland, lost many of its tools for coordinating the policies… Continue Reading →

Understanding the interrelation between land transactions and planning processes

Land acquisition is the beginning of many land use changes. Both governments and private investors use land acquisition to gain power over land use. Knowledge on land acquisition is thus important for understanding and influencing the way land is used…. Continue Reading →

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