Power distribution in complex environmental negotiations: Does balance matter?

Burkardt, Nina; Lamb, Berton Lee
April 1997
Journal of Public Administration Research & Theory;Apr97, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p247
Academic Journal
Studies interagency negotiations covering US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) hydroelectric power licenses. Negotiations between state and federal resource agencies and developers over project operations and natural resource mitigation; Case studies; Power in negotiation; Balance of power; Measurement of power.


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