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Organizing coordination in fisheries and marine environmental management: Patterns of organizational change in Europe

by Wenzel, Bertolt.
Publisher: Paises Bajos ElSevier 2016Description: pp. 194-206.ISSN: 0964-5691.Subject(s): Gestiín Ambiental | Pesca | Medio Ambiente | Gestión Marina y Costera | Gestión PesqueraSummary: Over the past decade, an increasing number of public organizations involved in marine governance in Europe have adapted their formal coordination structures for fisheries and marine environmental management. This study examines why the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES), DG FISH of the European Commission, the Norwegian Institute of Marine Research (IMR), and the Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management (SwAM) have changed their sectoral structures into organizations with a geographical focus on marine ecosystems. The study finds that the gradual convergence of formal coordination structures for fisheries and marine environmental management is driven by coercive, normative and mimetic processes of isomorphism. The structural changes reflect an organizational adaptation to a changing institutional environment and an Ecosystem Approach to Management (EAM) focusing on regional marine areas, cross-sector integration and coordination.
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Over the past decade, an increasing number of public organizations involved in marine governance in
Europe have adapted their formal coordination structures for fisheries and marine environmental
management. This study examines why the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES),
DG FISH of the European Commission, the Norwegian Institute of Marine Research (IMR), and the
Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management (SwAM) have changed their sectoral structures into
organizations with a geographical focus on marine ecosystems. The study finds that the gradual
convergence of formal coordination structures for fisheries and marine environmental management is
driven by coercive, normative and mimetic processes of isomorphism. The structural changes reflect an
organizational adaptation to a changing institutional environment and an Ecosystem Approach to
Management (EAM) focusing on regional marine areas, cross-sector integration and coordination.

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