Aiming for institutional plurality: how intermediate governance forms can shift actors’ perception of institutional complexity.

Abstract : Governance models, viewed as systems of meaning are highly relevant in navigating institutional plurality. Building on the creation of new forms of collaborative research organizations in France and in the renewable energy sector, we explore some of the ex-post effects of intermediate governance forms. We examine how they can influence meanings associated with simultaneous institutional logics, shifting actors' perception of institutional complexity to productive institutional plurality. Our findings contribute to organizations response to institutional complexity and their influence on institutional dynamics of meanings.
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2017
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Virginie Svenningsen. Aiming for institutional plurality: how intermediate governance forms can shift actors’ perception of institutional complexity. . 2017. <hal-01488631>

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