Actor Analysis

Understanding policy contexts

  

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Karstens, S. A. M., Bots, P. W. G., & Slinger, J. H. (2007). Spatial boundary choice and the views of different actors. Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 27(5), 386-407. ISSN 0195-9255. Journal published by Elsevier.


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Last updated on 2007-09-26