Stakeholder involvement in technological design: Lessons learned from the MERMAID and TROPOS projects
Sander van den Burg,
David Rudolph and
Phoebe Koundouri ()
No 2019, DEOS Working Papers from Athens University of Economics and Business
Shared multi-use of ocean space is associated to overcoming several complex technical, regulatory, financial, environmental and socio-economic problems. In achieving this goal several stakeholders of relevance need to participate in the design and implementation of multi-use platforms. This chapter reviews and discuss the participatory approaches employed in the MERMAID and TROPOS projects. The discussion draws on the methods employed in each case, the objectives and obstacles encountered resulting in useful conclusions for participatory design.
Keywords: MERMAID; TROPOS; multi-use platforms; stakeholder engagement (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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