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Media reform and development in Bosnia: An interorganizational account of the Media Issues Group
South East European Journal of Economics and Business
  • Eric Martin, Bucknell University
Publication Date
1-1-2011
Volume
6
Issue
1
Disciplines
Abstract
This manuscript focuses on development assistance players’ efforts to cooperate, coordinate and collaborate on projects of mutual interest. I target the case of the cross-sectoral and international Media Issues Group designed to reform and develop the media sector in Bosnia and Herzegovina. I identify and categorize variables that influenced interorganizational relationships to summarize lessons learned and potentially inform similar interventions. This work suggests that cooperation, coordination and collaboration are constrained by contextual, strategic and procedural variables. Through participant narrative based on observation and interviews, this work clarifies the nuances within these three sets of variables for potential extrapolation to other settings. Perhaps more importantly, it provides lessons learned that can inform future international community interventions in market development activities.
Citation Information
Eric Martin. "Media reform and development in Bosnia: An interorganizational account of the Media Issues Group" South East European Journal of Economics and Business (2011) p. 85 - 98
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/eric_martin/6/