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Michael Kern has published on innovation and agreement, assessing ripeness, the role of universities in collaborative governance, evaluating environmental collaboration, the public sector as mediator, hatchery reform, nuclear site cleanup, eldercare, and other topics. He focuses on areas where the interface between scholar and practitioner can contribute to moving the field of collaborative governance forward and improving the collaborative capacity of project conveners, sponsors, participants, decision makers, and third-party facilitators. Select publications include:


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