Impact network analysis

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Definition:

“Impact network analysis (INA) is a framework for evaluating the likely regional success of interventions before, during, and after projects, for project implementers, policy makers, and funders. INA integrates across three key system components: (a) the quality of a management strategy and the quality of information about it, (b) the socioeconomic networks through which managers learn about the management strategy and decide whether to use it, and (c) the biophysical network that results from those decisions.”

References

Garrett, K. A. 2012. Information networks for disease: Commonalities in human management networks and within-host signalling networks. Eur. J. Plant Pathol. 133:75-88.

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Nov. 2020
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