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Shared positions on divisive beliefs explain interorganizational collaboration : Evidence from climate change policy subsystems in eleven countries

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KARIMO, Aasa, Paul M. WAGNER, Ana DELICADO, James GOODMAN, Antti GRONOW, Myanna LAHSEN, Tze-Luen LIN, Volker SCHNEIDER, Keiichi SATOH, Luisa SCHMIDT, 2022. Shared positions on divisive beliefs explain interorganizational collaboration : Evidence from climate change policy subsystems in eleven countries. In: Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. Oxford University Press (OUP). ISSN 1053-1858. eISSN 1477-9803. Available under: doi: 10.1093/jopart/muac031

@article{Karimo2022Share-58161, title={Shared positions on divisive beliefs explain interorganizational collaboration : Evidence from climate change policy subsystems in eleven countries}, year={2022}, doi={10.1093/jopart/muac031}, issn={1053-1858}, journal={Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory}, author={Karimo, Aasa and Wagner, Paul M. and Delicado, Ana and Goodman, James and Gronow, Antti and Lahsen, Myanna and Lin, Tze-Luen and Schneider, Volker and Satoh, Keiichi and Schmidt, Luisa} }

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