Tag Archive: flood management

Going Dutch in flood management?

by Sander Meijerink and Dave Huitema. This winter, the UK has suffered from severe weather conditions, storm surges and river floods. Many were affected and the economic damage is enormous. As in other cases of flooding around the world, Dutch water managers offered assistance, and talk emerged of the ‘Dutch approach’ to flooding as a solution. But …

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Recent advances in research on the Advocacy Coalition Framework

In an earlier contribution to this blog we paid attention to a special feature on Elinor Ostrom’s  Institutional Analysis and Development framework in the Policy Studies Journal. Recently, this journal has published a special feature on another influential framework in water and environmental policy research: the Advocacy Coalition Framework.

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Special feature the public-private divide in flood management

For table of contents, see: http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g795445456

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