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Shifts in control disciplines and rescaling as a response to network governance failure: the BCJ case, Brazil

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I suggest that rescaling might be a response to network failure. In order to describe a network's modes of governance, I borrow the idea of 'disciplines of control'. This framework is applied to the Brazil Grows Together (BCJ) case, a policy aimed at pregnant women and early childhood care in a state in Brazil. I show that constituency pressures at state level led to rescaling, and higher selectiveness. Subsequently, network managers steered vertical communication, and promoted broader inclusion of stakeholders. I conclude the article by suggesting general mechanisms that govern rescaling within the network governance framework.
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Keywords: DISCIPLINES OF CONTROL FRAMEWORK; NETWORK GOVERNANCE; ORGANISATIONAL DESIGN; RESCALING

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Email: [email protected]

Publication date: 01 July 2015

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