Institutionalizing interactive governance for democracy

  • Eva Sørensen
  • Critical Policy Studies, April 2013, Taylor & Francis
  • DOI: 10.1080/19460171.2013.766024

Over time interactive governance becomes institutionalized

What is it about?

Involving a range of actors in the governing of society is accused of making the governance process more informal and thus less regulated and accountable, but a case study of a multi-actor governance process shows how the collaboration between them is gradually becoming institutionalized

Why is it important?

The study shows that interactive governance are indeed regulated and accountable although they tend to be informal.

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