Is it possible to govern a bottom-up approach? And is it necessary? Even bottom-up initiatives need support and a place in the governance structure in order to succeed. Social innovation is an example of a bottom-up approach currently attracting atte...


Innovative governance is not only about outcomes – creative approaches to data collection, interpretation and dissemination are also vital. By thinking about data in novel ways we can cast a new light on old issues, promote cooperation between diff...


How can public policy-makers and administrators remain prepared for, and at the same time secure local democracy, in transformative processes towards green growth expectations? The huge challenge in public management is to reach the practical stage o...


Increasing regional resilience through innovation and concepts such as smart specialisation is high on the regional development agenda at both the European and Nordic levels. Economic and social resilience in the Nordic regions is most commonly linke...


Successful and sustainable development and adaptation of bioenergy in the Nordic countries depends very largely on local and regional action. Therefore, it is essential to work with local bioenergy partnerships to understand the whole picture. What c...


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