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

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Karimo, Aasa
Wagner, Paul M.
Delicado, Ana
Goodman, James
Gronow, Antti
Lahsen, Myanna
Lin, Tze-Luen
Schmidt, Luisa
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Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. Oxford University Press (OUP). 2023, 33(3), pp. 421-433. ISSN 1053-1858. eISSN 1477-9803. Available under: doi: 10.1093/jopart/muac031
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Collaboration between public administration organizations and various stakeholders is often prescribed as a potential solution to the current complex problems of governance, such as climate change. According to the Advocacy Coalition Framework, shared beliefs are one of the most important drivers of collaboration. However, studies investigating the role of beliefs in collaboration show mixed results. Some argue that similarity of general normative and empirical policy beliefs elicits collaboration, while others focus on beliefs concerning policy instruments. Proposing a new divisive beliefs hypothesis, we suggest that agreeing on those beliefs over which there is substantial disagreement in the policy subsystem is what matters for collaboration. Testing our hypotheses using policy network analysis and data on climate policy subsystems in eleven countries (Australia, Brazil, the Czech Republic, Germany, Finland, Ireland, Japan, Korea, Portugal, Sweden, and Taiwan), we find belief similarity to be a stronger predictor of collaboration when the focus is divisive beliefs rather than normative and empirical policy beliefs or beliefs concerning policy instruments. This knowledge can be useful for managing collaborative governance networks because it helps to identify potential competing coalitions and to broker compromises between them.

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policy collaboration, belief homophily, climate change policy, policy network analysis, Advocacy Coalition Framework
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ISO 690KARIMO, Aasa, Paul M. WAGNER, Ana DELICADO, James GOODMAN, Antti GRONOW, Myanna LAHSEN, Tze-Luen LIN, Volker SCHNEIDER, Keiichi SATOH, Luisa SCHMIDT, 2023. 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). 2023, 33(3), pp. 421-433. ISSN 1053-1858. eISSN 1477-9803. Available under: doi: 10.1093/jopart/muac031
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  doi={10.1093/jopart/muac031},
  title={Shared positions on divisive beliefs explain interorganizational collaboration : Evidence from climate change policy subsystems in eleven countries},
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  issn={1053-1858},
  journal={Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory},
  pages={421--433},
  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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