How do we study network governance? How should we conduct research in practice? This book attempts to answer these questions through the analysis of a comparative pilot study of multilevel network governance of employment policy in Denmark, England and France. It details the difficulties and uncertainties that arose in the process of conducting a research project and explains why certain approaches and decisions were made in an attempt to address them. There are competing theoretical approaches to studying governance networks and there are also attempts to broaden the agenda to include questions about the democratic performance of governance networks. But, so far, methodological questions about how to conduct research into democratic network governance have received little attention among researchers.