The Deadlock in European GM Crop Authorisations as a Wicked Problem by Design: A need for Repoliticisation of the Decision-making Process
This thesis analyses and discusses the contributions and shortcomings of technocratic, participatory and regulatory strategies to solve the deadlock in decision-making about market authorisations of GM crops in Europe.
I argue that political decision-making is not just the sum of science, public dialogue and regulations, but that politics has its own role to take decisions in situations of uncertainty and societal disagreement.
|Wicked problem, alarming studies, governance, GM crops, regulatory science, deliberative democracy, politicisation, contested technologies, wicked probleem, alarmerende studies, governance, genetische modificatie, regulatory science, deliberatieve democratie, politisering, controversiele technologieen|
|W. van der Burg (Wibren) , F.W.A. Brom (Frans)|
|Erasmus University Rotterdam|
|Organisation||Erasmus School of Law|
Mampuys, R. (2021, January 28). The Deadlock in European GM Crop Authorisations as a Wicked Problem by Design: A need for Repoliticisation of the Decision-making Process. Erasmus University Rotterdam. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/134194
|Ruth-Mampuys-propositions.pdf , 31kb|