Abstract and Keywords
This article focuses on collaborative governance, a strategy used in planning, regulation, policy making, and public management to coordinate, adjudicate, and integrate the goals and interests of multiple stakeholders. It discusses the types of collaborative governance, identifies the factors contributing to collaborative success, and considers collaborative governance as democratic reconstruction. The article concludes that regulatory negotiation helps stakeholders achieve agreements in complex disputes, and that one of the most important benefits of a collaborative approach to regulation is that it produces higher stakeholder satisfaction and more learning than conventional approaches.
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