The PAGANINI project includes a range of different case studies that are worked upon by different teams. One way to make things working despite all these differences is to share a common language. This is our ‘PAGANINI vocabulary’, that is the set of concepts, that we all draw upon when we make sense of our case studies and workpackages. It has been elaborated by our team in Amsterdam.
GOvernance
refers in the PAGANINI project to the act of governing, i.e., to the series of acts that people undertake to jointly rule and control the public consequences of natural events or human activity, and in so doing, to shape, guide or affect the acts of others (cf. Gordon 1991; Dean 1999).