This multidisciplinary research seeks to identify and evaluate institutional mechanisms emerging to answer market failures other than command-and-control regulation imposed in the name of the public interest, and to make institutional proposals for improved governance. It works upon the hypothesis that such improvements depend on the better construction of the preconditions of collective learning processes required for any efficient collective action.
theory of governance, legal and political philosophy, public policy, theory of the norm, new-institionalism, pragmatist theory, biodiversity, fundamental rights
|The Center for Philosophy of Law||member||2005-06-01||2010-05-01|
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