Rule, also have attributes of coproduction of information (National Research Council, 1996).

  

3Practitioners also express concerns that unexamined assumptions about the relative priorities among desired characteristics of public participation may affect process choices implicitly or explicitly, creating trade-offs, for example, between the desire to make decision making more efficient and the time and attention needed to achieve joint gains or improved quality in the agreements reached.



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