Kui selline korüfeede seltskond midagi avaldab, siis oleks kasulik lugeda. Ja võrgustike juhtimine on siinse lehe teemavaldkondadega vägagi seotud ning nii see vabalevis olev tekst oma koha leidiski. Oleks vist korrektne täpsustada, et võrgustike juhtimise võimekused võivad osutuda määravaks suure määramatuse ja raskestihoomatavate infovoogude tingimustes.


In general, policy transfer requires collaboration between multiple actors from different countries and a network of different actors, all with unique resources.

Autorite ambitsioon ja uurimisküsimus:

This article seeks to deepen our understanding of the networked character of processes of policy transfer and focuses upon the network management strategies deployed by transfer agents to facilitate policy translation. […] will attempt to respond to the following research question: “How do the network management strategies applied by policy transfer senders help explain the (in)effectiveness of policy transfer in the case of transfer of the Dutch Delta Approach (DDA) to Bangladesh and Vietnam?”

Lähemale uurimisainele:

Effective policy transfer requires the translation of ideas so that they fit into other contexts, and the generating of support from actors who can induce policy change, either by directly adopting ideas into policy or persuading state actors to do so (Béland & Cox, 2016; Klijn & Koppenjan, 2016). […] Effective policy transfer thus entails that (a) transferring actors are granted or obtain access to a suitable network; (b) this network is able to translate the policy to fit the receiving context and (c) this translated policy is adopted by policy makers in the receiving context.

Lugemishuvi suurendamiseks:

We used a framework of network management strategies based on network theory; this framework was used to analyze the relationship between the network management strategies deployed and the effectiveness of the transfer process.

Buuren, A. V., Minkman, E., & Bekkers, V. (2021). Un-Dutching the Delta Approach: network management and policy translation for effective policy transfer. International Review of Public Policy, 3(3: 2)