Context of Decision Making on International Scheldt Issues
The context may contain important explanatory variables for the development of a decision making process. Although in Section 3.3.1 it was argued that in a study of decision making on international river issues it is hardly possible to distinguish clearly between context and phenomenon, this chapter attempts to describe and analyze several dimensions of the context of decision making on international Scheldt issues. With that, it presents the answer to the second research question. The contextual analyses presented in this chapter will be used for the analyses of the relation between context and decision making process, which will be presented in the Chapters 5 to 7.
KeywordsSediment Pollution Gross Regional Product Constitutional Amendment Scheldt Estuary International Agenda
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