Neoliberal governance and sustainable development

Project Details

Description

The aim was to study the role of neoliberal governance, the changing relationship between states and communities, as a catalyst for sustainable development in the Barents region by combining multidisciplinary knowledge about ongoing and expected future economic, social, and environmental changes and governance practices in the Barents region; to highlight local communities’ perspectives on the current and expected future changes and governance practices from the perspective of sustainable development in the region through local case studies; to synthesise macro and micro level knowledge about the role of the state as a catalyst of sustainable development through joint workshop and publication activity; and disseminate knowledge about the research activity through a travelling exhibition and website development.
AcronymNEO-BEAR II
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date15.05.201431.10.2015

Funding

  • Nordregio: €40,000.00

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