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Peter Stegmaier, Stefan Kuhlmann and Vincent R. Visser
David Barberá-Tomás and Jordi Molas-Gallart
Edited by Susana Borrás and Jakob Edler
Examining the “who” (agents), “how” (policy instruments) and “why” (societal legitimacy) of the governance process, this book presents a conceptual framework about the governance of change in socio-technical systems. Bridging the gap between disciplinary fields, expert contributions provide innovative empirical cases of different modes of governing change. The Governance of Socio-Technical Systems offers a stepping-stone towards building a theory of governance of change and presents a new research agenda on the interaction between science, technology and society.