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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 62, Number 1, 2 January 2019

Institutional work in environmental governance
pp. 1-11(11)
Authors: Patterson, James J.; Beunen, Raoul

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A narrative perspective on institutional work in environmental governance – insights from a beach nourishment case study in Sweden
pp. 30-50(21)
Authors: Bontje, Lotte E.; Gomes, Sharlene L.; Wang, Zilin; Slinger, Jill H.

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Mapping institutional work as a method for local strategy; learning from boom/bust dynamics in the Canadian west
pp. 51-71(21)
Authors: Van Assche, Kristof; Gruezmacher, Monica; Deacon, Leith

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Adapting to new realities: an analysis of institutional work in three cases of Dutch infrastructure planning
pp. 88-105(18)
Authors: Bergsma, Emmy; Giezen, Mendel; Schalkwijk, Bart; B├╝scher, Chris

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Working on learning: how the institutional rules of environmental governance matter
pp. 106-123(18)
Authors: Heikkila, Tanya; Gerlak, Andrea K.

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Meaning work: reworking institutional meanings for environmental governance
pp. 151-171(21)
Authors: Riedy, Chris; Kent, Jennifer; Thompson, Nivek

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