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Coding Manual: Characteristics of collaborative governance

Abstract

This coding manual was created to assess collaborative natural resource management projects. It builds upon previous work done in our lab at Arizona State University (Carr Kelman et al. 2018; Carr Kelman, Brady & Schoon 2019) and on the workshop held at the Programme on Ecosystem Change and Society Conference in Oaxaca in November 2017. It builds on the basic structure of ‘Context-Mechanisms-Outcomes’ (CMO) used in realist evaluation methodology (Pawson & Tilley 1997; Salter & Kothari, 2014). Based on this C-M-O configuration, realist evaluation proposes tools to develop an understanding of “What works, for whom, in what circumstances... and why?”, which appears useful in explaining the successes and failures of collaborative management and governance.

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Published April 24, 2020

Michael Schoon, School of Sustainability, Arizona State University

Ute Brady, School of Human Evolution and Social Change, Arizona State University

Candice Carr Kelman, School of Sustainability, Arizona State University

Jacopo Baggio, School of Politics, Security, and International Affairs, University of Central Florida

Kevin Goddard, School of Sustainability, Arizona State University

Sechindra Vallury, W.A. Franke College of Forestry & Conservation

Christopher Rojas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Arizona State University

Theresa Lorenzo, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Arizona State University

Jaishri Srinivasan, School of Sustainability, Arizona State University

Dane Whittaker, School of Sustainability, Arizona State University

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