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Knowing how to change. Enviromental policy learning and transfer

Published on 1 June 1999

In many settings, environmental policy is fluid and evolving. Institutional and policy change are normal. These changes can be seen as products of policy learning, in which the beliefs of policy elites, the principles behind policy instruments and the practical implementation of policy are challenged and reconsidered. This issue of Insights examines why environmental policy learning happens, what the impacts of learning are, and which factors encourage or roadblock learning.

Publication details

authors
Berkhout, F.
journal
id21 Insights, issue 30

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