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2018

Angst, Mario (8 September 2018). The Structure of Complex, Large-scale Governance Systems (Unpublished). In: ECPR General Conference. Oslo, Norway. 06.-09. Sept. 2017.

Kammermann, Lorenz; Angst, Mario (April 2018). The Effect of Beliefs on Policy Instrument Preferences – The Case of Swiss Renewable Energy Policy (Unpublished). In: ECPR Joint Sessions. Nicosia, Cyprus.

Kammermann, Lorenz; Angst, Mario (February 2018). The Effect of Beliefs on Policy Instrument Preferences – The Case of Swiss Renewable Energy Policy (Unpublished). In: Annual Conference of the Swiss Political Science Association SVPW. Geneva, Switzerland.

Angst, Mario; Widmer, Alexander; Fischer, Manuel; Ingold, Karin Mirjam (2018). Connectors and coordinators in natural resource governance: insights from Swiss water supply. Ecology and Society, 23(2) Resilience Alliance Publications 10.5751/ES-10030-230201

2017

Brandenberger, Laurence; Angst, Mario (12 January 2017). Information exchange in interwoven policy networks (Unpublished). In: Swiss Political Science Association (SPSA) Annual Conference. University of St. Gallen, St. Gallen, Switzerland. 11.01.-12.01.2017.

Angst, Mario; Widmer, Alexander; Ingold, Karin; Fischer, Manuel (11 January 2017). Overcoming Fragmentation: Core-Periphery Brokerage and Central Coordination in Natural Resource Governance (Unpublished). In: Swiss Political Science Association (SPSA) Annual Conference. St. Gallen, Switzerland. 11.01.-12.01.2017.

Fischer, Manuel; Angst, Mario; Maag, Simon (2017). Co-participation in the Swiss water forum network. International journal of water resources development, pp. 1-19. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/07900627.2017.1374929

2016

Angst, Mario; Hirschi, Christian (2016). Network Dynamics in Natural Resource Governance: A Case Study of Swiss Landscape Management. Policy studies journal, 45(2), pp. 315-336. Policy Studies Organization 10.1111/psj.12145

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