The Residential Advisory Service: Collaborative governance after a New Zealand disaster

The report presents the findings of a six-month case study of the collaborative governance of the Residential Advisory Service (RAS).
 
Drawing on documentary evidence, expert perspectives and experience, the report discusses the recovery dynamics that produced the RAS and the value added and issues faced by its collaborative governance arrangement, and makes recommendations concerning the implementation of collaborative governance after future disasters.

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