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Title Networked governance : new research perspectives / Betina Hollstein, Wenzel Matiasake, Kai-Uwe Schnapp, editors.

Published Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2017]
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Physical description 1 online resource
Series Springer Social Sciences 2017 English+International
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Networked Governance: Taking Networks Seriously; 1 Social Networks and Social Network Research; 2 Organization of the Book; 3 The Contributions; References; Part I: Networked Governance: General Issues; Networks, Social Capital, and Knowledge Production; 1 Introduction; 2 Knowledge, Innovation, and Learning; 3 Production of Knowledge by Organizations, Markets, or Networks?; 4 Network Strategies, Competencies, and the Governance of Networks; 4.1 Stability and Dynamics of Knowledge and Competencies; 4.2 Incentives and Institutions Governing Networks.
5 A Macro-Level Perspective on Network Governance: Center, Periphery, and the Sources of Innovation; References; Managing Inter-organizational Networks: Governance and Practices Between Path Dependence and Uncertainty; 1 Introduction; 2 Network Management: Concepts and Levels; 3 Network Management as Reflexive Structuration; 4 Path Dependence: Beyond Persistencies; 5 Uncertainty: Beyond Risk; 6 Network Management Between Necessity and Impossibility; References; Governance Networks in Politics; 1 Introduction to Theory; 2 Networks and Political Power; 3 Governance Networks and Decision Making.
4 Conclusions; References; Part II: Types, Processes and Limits of Networked Governance; International Institutions of Financial Market Regulation: An Example of Network Governance?; References; Governing the Crossroads: Interstitial Communities and the Fate of Nonprofit Evaluation; 1 Introduction; 1.1 The Debate on Nonprofit Performance Evaluation; 2 Forms of Networked Governance; 2.1 Brokerage; 2.2 Social Movements; 2.3 Technology Innovation Clusters; 2.4 Interstitial Communities; 3 Conclusion: The Spatial Power of Bridging Domains; References.
How Personal Networks Govern Educational Decisions; 1 Introduction; 2 Researching Widening Participation via a Network Approach; 3 Fieldwork and Analysis; 4 Network Influence in Practice; 4.1 Collective Learning Identities; 4.2 Occupational Dynasties; 4.3 Educational Trajectories; 4.4 Managed Ambivalence; 5 Mobilising Network Capital; 5.1 The Bounds of the Possible; 5.2 Trickle-Up Effects; 5.3 The Role of Non-family Peers; 6 Conclusions; References; Performing Network Theory? Reflexive Relationship Management on Social Network Sites; 1 From Serendipity to Strategy: Networks as Asset.
2 From Description to Prescription: The Performativity Debate and Networking Practices; 2.1 Science as Social Engineering; 2.2 The Performative Loop of Social Network Analysis; 3 Performativity Online: Socio-Technical Affordances of SNS; 3.1 SNS as Camera I: Revealing Actual and Potential Ties; 3.2 SNS as Camera II: Revealing Relational Status; 4 Performativity Offline: The Evolving Genre of Network Guidelines; 4.1 Translating Social Network Analysis into Business Advice: Academic Business Journals; 4.2 How to ̀̀Optimize ́́Your Network: Preliminary Results; 4.3 Network Size.
Summary This edited volume seeks to explore established as well as emergent forms of governance by combining social network analysis and governance research. In doing so, contributions take into account the increasingly complex forms which governance faces, consisting of different types of actors (e.g. individuals, states, economic entities, NGOs, IGOs), instruments (e.g. law, suggestions, flexible norms) and arenas from the local up to the global level, and which more and more questions theoretical models that have focused primarily on markets and hierarchies. The topics addressed in this volume are processes of coordination, arriving at and implementing decisions taking place in network(ed) (social) structures; such as governance of work relations, of financial markets, of innovation and politics. These processes are investigated and discussed from sociologists', political scientists' and economists' viewpoints.
Other author Hollstein, Betina, 1965- editor.
Matiaske, Wenzel, 1958- editor.
Schnapp, Kai-Uwe, editor.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Group decision making.
Social networks.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783319503868 (electronic bk.)
3319503863 (electronic bk.)
9783319503844
Standard Number 10.1007/978-3-319-50386-8