Stakeholders of the respective policy domain are considered end users such as citizens, NGO’s and SME’s, which are willing and able to participate actively in the construction of narrative scenarios, in discussions and other information exchange of phase 2 . They may have particular interests on the future policy that can be opposed to other stakeholders and domain experts . Stakeholders are also involved in phase 6 , when it comes to the evaluation of the simulation outcomes and to potential revision of the scenarios developed so far in order to reach consistency of both types of scenarios (evidence-based scenarios of phase 2 and model-based scenarios of phase 5 );


Maria A. Wimmer, Karol Furdik, Melanie Bicking, Marian Mach, Tomas Sabol, and Peter Butka. Open Collaboration in Policy Development: Concept and Architecture to integrate scenario development and formal policy modelling. In Yannis Charalabidis and Sotiris Koussouris, editors, Empowering Open and Collaborative Governance. Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, 2012.

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