SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

Cited in:

CrossRef

This article has been cited by:

  1. 1
    Jurian Edelenbos, Ingmar van Meerkerk, Connective capacity in water governance practices: The meaning of trust and boundary spanning for integrated performance, Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 2015, 12, 25

    CrossRef

  2. You have free access to this content2
    Samuel Gallaher, Tanya Heikkila, Challenges and Opportunities for Collecting and Sharing Data on Water Governance Institutions, Journal of Contemporary Water Research & Education, 2014, 153, 1
  3. 3
    Rebecca L. Gruby, Xavier Basurto, Multi-level governance for large marine commons: Politics and polycentricity in Palau's protected area network, Environmental Science & Policy, 2014, 36, 48

    CrossRef

  4. 4
    Maria J. Espinosa-Romero, Laura F. Rodriguez, Amy Hudson Weaver, Cristina Villanueva-Aznar, Jorge Torre, The changing role of NGOs in Mexican small-scale fisheries: From environmental conservation to multi-scale governance, Marine Policy, 2014, 50, 290

    CrossRef

  5. 5
    Evangelia Petridou, Theories of the Policy Process: Contemporary Scholarship and Future Directions, Policy Studies Journal, 2014, 42,
  6. 6
    Katherine A. Daniell, Olivier Barreteau, Water governance across competing scales: Coupling land and water management, Journal of Hydrology, 2014, 519, 2367

    CrossRef

  7. 7
    Tanya Heikkila, Andrea K. Gerlak, Building a Conceptual Approach to Collective Learning: Lessons for Public Policy Scholars, Policy Studies Journal, 2013, 41, 3
  8. 8
    María Verónica Iñiguez Gallardo, Jessica Helsley, Sandra Pinel, Jaz Ammon, Fausto Vinicio López Rodríguez, Kelly Wendland, Collaborative Community-based Governance in a Transboundary Wetland System in the Ecuadorian Andes, Mountain Research and Development, 2013, 33, 3, 269

    CrossRef

  9. 9
    Xavier Basurto, Linking multi-level governance to local common-pool resource theory using fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis: Insights from twenty years of biodiversity conservation in Costa Rica, Global Environmental Change, 2013, 23, 3, 573

    CrossRef

  10. 10
    D. Garrick, L. De Stefano, F. Fung, J. Pittock, E. Schlager, M. New, D. Connell, Managing hydroclimatic risks in federal rivers: a diagnostic assessment, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 2013, 371, 2002, 20120415

    CrossRef

  11. 11
    Rebecca L. Gruby, Xavier Basurto, Multi-level governance for large marine commons: Politics and polycentricity in Palau's protected area network, Environmental Science & Policy, 2013, 33, 260

    CrossRef

  12. 12
    ASHUTOSH SARKER, THE ROLE OF STATE-REINFORCED SELF-GOVERNANCE IN AVERTING THE TRAGEDY OF THE IRRIGATION COMMONS IN JAPAN, Public Administration, 2013, 91, 3
  13. 13
    E. Schlager, T. Heikkila, C. Case, The Costs of Compliance with Interstate Agreements: Lessons from Water Compacts in the Western United States, Publius: The Journal of Federalism, 2012, 42, 3, 494

    CrossRef

  14. 14
    Debating Public Administration, 2012,

    CrossRef

  15. 15
    Elinor Ostrom, Background on the Institutional Analysis and Development Framework, Policy Studies Journal, 2011, 39, 1
  16. 16
    Saba Siddiki, Christopher M. Weible, Xavier Basurto, John Calanni, Dissecting Policy Designs: An Application of the Institutional Grammar Tool, Policy Studies Journal, 2011, 39, 1
  17. 17
    Catarina Grilo, Institutional Interplay in Networks of Marine Protected Areas with Community-Based Management, Coastal Management, 2011, 39, 4, 440

    CrossRef

  18. 18
    William Blomquist, Peter deLeon, The Design and Promise of the Institutional Analysis and Development Framework, Policy Studies Journal, 2011, 39, 1