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Asymmetric power has been found to hinder the development of trust that is essential for structuring policy subsystems or networks. We suggest three implications for the governance of policy networks and policy process literature: increasing levels of trust do not guarantee decreasing levels of distrust, asymmetric power has an impact on structuring “ambivalent” relations, and adversarial policy subsystems can take four structural forms depending on the levels of trust and distrust.
Junesoo Lee