Working paper

Collaborative governance: framing New Zealand practice

30 Apr 2013

Collaborative governance is talked about as something New Zealand needs to have more of, to deal with the sorts of issues governement faces today, like solving use and conservation of fresh water.  There is even some promising practice of collaborative governance such as through the Land and Water Forum.  Yet beyond this well-known example, the government, the public sector and the public of New Zealand do not have ready access to information about collaborative governance: what it is; what is entails; when this mode of governance is likely to be effective; and what is needed for successful collaborative governance. This working paper addresses this gap.

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