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Governance Through Social Learning

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Governance Through Social Learning
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Publisher: University of Ottawa Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0776604880
ISBN-13: 9780776604886
Number of pages: 280

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This book rejects the simplistic views in favour of a more distributed view of governance based on a mix of coercion, quid pro quo market exchange and reciprocity, on a division of labour among the private, public, and civic sectors, and on the co-evolution of these different integration mechanisms. This book is for both practitioners confronted with governance issues and for citizens trying to make sense of the world around them.

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