Stakeholder Participation and Emerging Brokerage: Lesson learnt from 10 Cases in the Danish - German Border Region

Susanne Gretzinger, Simon Fietze, Birgit Leick, Robert Hassink, Jane Petersen

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Bridging social capital is vital for regional development as it is supporting the collaboration among regional stakeholders and other involved actors. While the academic discussion on social capital started more than one century ago with first contributions from Hanifan (1916), there is still a lack of tools in the real world when it gets down to identifying and activating social capital. This is true for bonding as well as bridging social capital. Particularly related to stakeholder participation in regional development projects matters of emerging social capital, like identifying, activating and managing it, are underexplored so far. In the present paper, qualitative and quantitative data are used to complement each other for illustrating emerging social capital in a setting of collaborating regional stakeholders. Empirically this paper is using data from 10 different regional development project cases in a setting of regional stakeholder collaboration in a rural cross-border region.

, , emerging brokerage, bridging social capital, bonding social capital
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato5. sep. 2020
Antal sider7
StatusUdgivet - 5. sep. 2020
BegivenhedGeography of Innovation Conference - University of Stavanger and Stavanger Centre for Innovation Research, Stavanger , Norge
Varighed: 29. jan. 202031. jan. 2020
Konferencens nummer: 5
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KonferenceGeography of Innovation Conference
Nummer5
LokationUniversity of Stavanger and Stavanger Centre for Innovation Research
Land/OmrådeNorge
ByStavanger
Periode29/01/202031/01/2020
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