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Citizen Participation Under the 5 Frameworks Of Public Service Reform

Citizen Participation Under the 5 Frameworks Of Public Service Reform

In the Public Deliverable D1.1 Literature review on public service reform models, Dr Kirsty Strokosch (University of Edinburg) reviewed the literature on the participation of citizens in the delivery and reform of public services under the five most influential frameworks of public service reform: New Public Administration, New Public Management, Public Value, New Public Service […]

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Citizen participation and its challenges based on the Literature Review on public service reform models

Participation comes in many guises, being captured by a multitude of terms including involvement, engagement, empowerment, co-production, and more recently co-creation – each of which has its own distinct nuances.  It can be broadly defined as the process by which citizens can share power with public officials in taking substantive decisions or actions related to […]

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Advancing innovation in the public sector

There is sufficient evidence, drawn from surveys of innovation in the public sector and cognitive testing interviews with public sector managers, to develop a framework for measuring public sector innovation. Although many questions that are covered in the Oslo Manual guidelines for measuring innovation in the private sector can be applied with some modifications to […]

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Co-creation in Urban Governance: From Inclusion to Innovation

Studying co-creation notion and its practical examples often leads us to previous work we find interesting and inspiring, and we believe it’s important to share. Today, we would like to show off the work of Dorthe Hedensted Lund, PhD, a senior researcher at the Section for Landscape Architecture and Planning, Institute of Geosciences and Natural […]

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Webinar : Shaping the future of Value Creation in the Public Sector

  Thursday, 13 December 2018 11h00-12h00 CET Register Here   For more than two decades, digital technology has driven public transformation – offering administrations a way to provide better, more tailored services and providing those governments with the tools to deliver those better services more efficiently as well. These days, the tables are turning. Now, […]

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A Case Study of Digital Transformation of Danish Public Services

The 2018 11th CMI International Conference will focus on the digital economy and the digital single market in the EU as drivers of future innovation, competitiveness and growth. EU countries should exchange ideas on digitization policy development and facilitate joint initiatives. Participants will have the chance to discuss prospects and challenges towards digitization initiatives within […]

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Social Innovation during the 3rd OECD Global Forum on Productivity

  In June 2018, the 3rd Annual Conference of the Global Forum on Productivity — co-organised with the Bank of Canada and Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada — brought together senior policy-makers, high-level academics and experts to address some of the leading questions on these themes. The Conference explored the policy and economic implications […]

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Co-VAL at the CC-11 Cluster and linked EU eGovernment initiatives & FuturGov2030 workshop

On the 8th of October 2018 Co-VAL representative took part to the Cultural-Cooperation-11 Cluster and linked EU eGovernment initiatives meeting aimed at fostering the creation of a network and the exchange of knowledge among the Horizon 2020 projects funded under the call CULT-COOP-2017. In the meeting, organised by the Research Executive Agency of the European Commission, representatives […]

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Bringing the user perspective to the fore

The Co-VAL consortium members are rather active in studying co-creation. A solid proof of that matter is the “Bringing the user perspective to the fore” article of , Professor Dr. Ines Mergel, (Dpt of Politics and Public Administration at the University of Konstanz, Germany), as published in the Innovative Verwaltung journal, the specialist medium for […]

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