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Title:Determinants of the capacity to adapt to climate change in multilevel governance systems: A metaanalysis of case study evidence PDF Logo
Authors:Oberlack, Christoph
Issue Date:2010
Series/Report no.:The Constitutional Economics Network Working Papers 05-2010
Abstract:It has been well established that institutions are decisive for the capacity of society to adapt to climate change. But it is largely subject of debate, how in detail institutions in interaction with the available resources and the characteristics of the actors involved foster or impede the adaptive capacity in multi-level governance systems. Therefore, synthesizing the diverse findings of empirical case studies on this question in a methodologically coherent and integrative manner may provide theoretical foundations for answers on how to organize enhanced adaptive capacity to climate change within and across governance levels.
Document Type:Working Paper
Appears in Collections:The Constitutional Economics Network Working Papers, Universität Freiburg

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