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Bodin, Ö., and B.I. Crona. 2009. The role of social networks in natural resource governance: what relational patterns make a difference? Global Environmental Change 19:366—374.

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Boyd, E., and C. Folke. 2012. Adapting Institutions: Governance, Complexity and Social-Ecological Resilience. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. 290 p.

Boyd, E., and B. Kjellen. In press. Enabling adaptation to global climate change: a polycentric institutional approach. Democratisation.

Colding, J., J. Lundberg, and C. Folke. 2006. Incorporating green-area user groups in urban ecosystem management. Ambio 35:237-244.

Crona, B., and Ö. Bodin. 2010. Power asymmetries in small-scale fisheries? a barrier to governance transformability? Ecology & Society 15(4):32. http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol15/iss4/art32/

Crona, B., M. Nyström, C. Folke, and N. Jiddawi. 2010. Middlemen, a critical social-ecological link in coastal communities of Kenya and Zanzibar. Marine Policy 34:761-771.

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