Be seen as an authority on articular causes on a global scale but then fail to effect change at the local level Drawing on case
studies of transnational conservation organizations in Southeast Asia and the Pacific The Paradox of Scale explores how NGOs of transnational conservation organizations in Southeast Asia and the Pacific The Paradox of Scale explores how NGOs maintain and lose authority over timeBalboa sets a new research agenda for the study of governance offering On The Rocks practical concepts and analysis to help NGOractitioners She introduces the concept of authority as a
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Tiple scales when they create implement or enforce rules Examining the experiences of
Conservation International In PapuaInternational in Papua Guinea International Marinelife Alliance in the Philippines and the Community Conservation Network in Palau Balboa explains how a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy paradox of scale can develop even for those NGOs that seemowerful and effective Interdisciplinary in its approach The Paradox of Scale offers guidance for interpreting the actions and ressures accompanying work with NGOs showing why even the most authoritative NGOs often
STRUGGLE TO MAKE A LASTING IMPAC.to make a lasting impac. An examination of why NGOs often experience difficulty creating lasting change with case
studies of transnational conservation organizations in Southeast and the PacificWhy do nongovernmentalof transnational conservation organizations Southeast Asia and the PacificWhy do nongovernmental face difficulty creating lasting change How can they be effective In this book Cristina Balboa examines NGO authority capacity and accountability to ropose that a aradox of #scale is a rimary barrier to NGO effectiveness This aradox when what gives an NGO #is a rimary barrier to NGO effectiveness This Out Of The Shadows paradox when what gives an NGO on one scale also weakens its authority on another scale helps explain how NGOs can.