|Title||Climate Change Governance and Accountability: Dilemmas of Performance Management in Complex Governance Networks|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2011|
|Authors||Zia, A, Koliba, C|
|Journal||Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis|
How can accountability be institutionalized across complex governance networks that are dealing with the transboundary pollution problem of mitigating greenhouse gas emissions at multiple spatial, temporal and social scales? To address this question, we propose an accountability framework that enables comparison of the democratic, market and administrative anchorage of actor accountability within and across governance networks. A comparative analysis of performance measures in a sample of climate governance networks is undertaken. This comparative analysis identifies four critical performance management dilemmas in the areas of strategy, uncertain science, integration of multiple scales, and monitoring and verification of performance measures.
Climate Change Governance and Accountability: Dilemmas of Performance Management in Complex Governance Networks