The interplay between architecture (the web of principles, institutions and practices that shape decisions) and agency opens up novel opportunities for studying institutional dynamics, relationships and change in governance systems. Earth system governance scholars increasingly point to the dynamic nature of institutional structures, and the importance of understanding relationships between actors and structures within evolving governance systems. Institutional structures condition the behavior of actors, but actors can also question, disrupt or modify institutional structures and thus cause them to change.

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