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Challenges and conditions for collaboration. A case study of how Swedish agencies address and handle collaboration and governance challenges in their work towards achieving sustainable development goal 2


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Title: Challenges and conditions for collaboration. A case study of how Swedish agencies address and handle collaboration and governance challenges in their work towards achieving sustainable development goal 2
Authors: Holthe Gerhard, Norah
Issue Date: 13-Oct-2021
Degree: Master theses
Keywords: 2030 Agenda
Sustainable development goal 2
Sweden
Wicked policy perspectives
Collaboration
Governance challenges
Abstract: This study focuses on collaboration and governance challenges within the implementation of Sustainable development goal 2 (SDG 2) in Sweden. The study is based on a theoretical framework on wicked policy perspectives and the four characteristics: complexity, divergence, fragmentation and uncertainty. Two research questions guide the analysis. The first question examines how Swedish government agencies organize their work related to achieving the SDG 2 targets, focusing on established collabora... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/69792
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