The distribution of decision making : the case of a flexible public transport system

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Nahuis, Roel (2011) The distribution of decision making : the case of a flexible public transport system. Administration & Society, 43 (3). pp. 319-345. ISSN 0095-3997

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Abstract:Nowadays, the cockpit model for public policy planning has been largely replaced by a model of distributed decision making. Taking a dramaturgical perspective on politics, this article follows issues when they are displaced between different settings for decision making. A typology of five different displacements is proposed and linked to staging effects of settings. This typology could form the basis of a theory with which complex, interactive, and distributed decision-making processes can be understood in more general terms. The approach is applied to a case of decision making about an innovative flexible public transport system in the Netherlands.
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Official URL:http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0095399711400045
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