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Government to Government?

Understanding State-Indigenous Relations in the US, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand September 12, 2013 12:00pm to 1:30pm Many American Indian tribal governments have placed great emphasis on winning formal commitments of “government-to-government” relationships from various federal and state agencies, and have been willing to foreclose other political opportunities in order Read more…

Heading towards a Network Theory of Effectiveness

Consortium on Collaborative Governance featuring Joerg Raab, Tilburg University, The Netherlands Despite the ever-increasing importance of networks as a societal phenomenon, network researchers in business, public management, and health care services still have only a marginal understanding of consciously created, goal-directed inter-organizational networks consisting of three or more organizations (Provan, Read more…

CCG Doctoral Conference

Consortium on Collaborative Governance On April 8-10, 2009 the Consortium on Collaborative Governance held a Doctoral conference at USC’s Ralph and Goldy Lewis Hall. Sixteen doctoral students from across the country gathered to present their research, network and learn from each other as well as established scholars from the three Read more…

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