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Hileman J, Kallstenius I, Häyhä T, Palm C, Cornell S. 2020. Keystone actors do not act alone: A business ecosystem perspective on sustainability in the global clothing industry. PLoS ONE 15(10): e0241453. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0241453
Global industries are typically dominated by a few disproportionately large and influential transnational corporations, or keystone actors. While concentration of economic production is not a new phenomenon, in an increasingly interconnected and globalized world, the scale of the impacts of keystone actors on diverse social-ecological systems continues to grow. In this article, we investigate how keystone actors in the global ...
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Mancilla García, M., J. Hileman, and Ö. Bodin (Eds.). (2019). Collaboration and conflict in complex water governance systems across a development gradient [Special Issue]. Ecology and Society, 24(3).
Hileman, J., Bodin, Ö. 2019. Balancing Costs and Benefits of Collaboration in an Ecology of Games. Policy Studies Journal, Volume 47, Issue 1, Special Issue: The Ecology of Games as a Theory of Polycentricity, February 2019, Pages 138-158
The growth of collaborative approaches to governance has resulted in increasingly complex policy and management landscapes, where actors are presented with ever‐increasing numbers of decision‐making venues they can participate in and actors they can collaborate with. Given that actors face constraints on their capacity to manage actor and venue relationships in such polycentric governance systems, we assume the marginal benefi...
Mancilla García, M., J. Hileman, Ö. Bodin, A. Nilsson and P. Jacobi. 2019. The unique role of municipalities in integrated watershed governance arrangements: a new research frontier. Ecology and Society 24 (1):28. [online] URL:https://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol24/iss1/art28/
Local governments, or municipalities, play a key role in water governance around the world owing to the many administrative competencies they hold, ranging from water service delivery to urban planning. However, the ability of municipalities to carry out their competencies effectively depends in large part on the characteristics of the institutional arrangements in which they are embedded. In particular, the relationship betw...
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