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2011 | nr 2-3 (16-17) | 127--145
Tytuł artykułu

Zarządzanie publiczne i sieci powiązań. Podstawy podejścia do rządzenia opartego na teorii sieci

Warianty tytułu
Public Management and Policy Networks. Foundations of a Network Approach to Governance
Języki publikacji
PL
Abstrakty
W niniejszym artykule omawiamy najważniejsze koncepcje z dziedziny teorii sieci czerpiącej z dorobku wielu tradycji teoretycznych, w tym również z teorii zarządzania. Następnie objaśniamy pojęcia i aksjomaty podejścia opartego na sieci powiązań i wyrażamy opinię, że tego rodzaju ramy teoretyczne oferują poważne możliwości wyjaśniające zarówno na poziomie procesów interakcji o charakterze strategicznym, jak i na poziomie relacji instytucjonalnych. Argumentujemy, że szczególne zasoby pozostające w gestii rządu i jego unikatowa legitymacja jako rzecznika wspólnego interesu sprawiają, iż jest on znakomitym kandydatem do pełnienia funkcji zarządzającej w sieci. Rolę tę rozumiemy jako kreowanie i moderowanie procesów interakcji w obrębie sieci w sposób umożliwiający otwarte, transparentne i harmonijne rozwiązywanie problemów związanych z brakiem reprezentacji lub z niedostateczną reprezentacją interesów politycznych różnych stron. (abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
In this article we address the elaboration of the central concepts of a theory of networks and of network management. We suggest that the network approach builds on several theoretical traditions. After this we clarify the theoretical concepts and axioms of the policy network approach and argue that this framework has important explanatory power both on the level of strategic interaction processes as well as on the level of institutional relations. Wc argue that government's special resources and its unique legitimacy as representative of the common interest make it the outstanding candidate for fulfilling the role of network manager, a role which means arranging and facilitating interaction processes within networks in such a way that problems of under or non representation are properly addressed and interests are articulated and dealt with in an open, transparent and balanced manner. (original abstract)
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127--145
Opis fizyczny
Twórcy
  • Uniwersytet Erazma w Rotterdamie
  • Uniwersytet Erazma w Rotterdamie
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