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How Digital Government Has Risen as an Essential Tool in Times of Crisis and Lockdown

exit the lock-down, cities, citizens, collaboration, coronavirus

Join our Interactive Briefing “Beyond the State of Emergency: How Cities Are Working with Citizens to Exit the Lock-down”

We would like to invite you to the High-Level Webinar and Interactive Briefing “Beyond the State of Emergency: How Cities are Working with Citizens to Exit the Lock-down” that we are organising with the Lisbon Council, on Thursday, 28 May 2020, at 16h00-17h00 CET. After two months of lock-down marked by strict “stay at home” […]

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Co-VAL launches its Knowledge Base Repository

Co-VAL launches its knowledge base repository, a curated collection of research articles and publication entries related to the topics pertinent to Co-VAL, such as that of public sector co-creation, public service design, public sector innovation, and digital transformation. Co-VAL’s knowledge base contains 700 publication entries from prominent journals and publishers. Academics from leading universities and institutions across […]

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New Co-VAL Policy Brief: The State of ‘Co-Creation:’ How Countries, Cities and Regions are Using New Thinking to Deliver Better Services

In ‘The State of ‘Co-Creation:’ How Countries, Cities and Regions are Using New Thinking to Deliver Better Services’, Co-VAL’s newest Policy Brief, Anthony Arundel, Professorial Fellow at UNU-MERIT, Francesco Mureddu, Director at the Lisbon Council and David Osimo, Director of Research at the Lisbon Council, propose an eight-point programme for delivering co-creation in public administrations […]

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Preliminary survey results on innovation and the use of co-creation methods

The ‘D2.7 Preliminary survey results report ‘provides the descriptive preliminary survey results of the main survey in Co-VAL’s WP2, on innovation and the use of co-creation methods, amongst public sector managers in municipalities and national government organizations. Six European countries participated in the survey, France, Hungary, Spain, the Netherlands, Norway and the UK. The countries […]

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Understanding innovation through the 3 paradigms of Public Administration

In our latest report “Public Service Innovation Networks (PSINs): Collaborating for Innovation and Value Creation”, included in the Deliverable ‘D6.1: 4th Empirical approach to value co-creation in public services: structural transformations’, Benoît Desmarchelier, Faridah Djellal and Faïz Gallouj from the University of Lille, Center for Sociological and Economic Studies and Research (Clersé), address the issue […]

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Introducing Public Service Innovation Networks: Collaborating for Innovation & Value Creation

Recognising the significant role of collaborative innovation in Innovation Studies is something of paramount importance. As seen in the ‘Public Service Innovation Networks (PSINs): Collaborating for Innovation and Value Creation’ report included in the Deliverable ‘D6.1: 4th Empirical approach to value co-creation in public services: structural transformations’ there have been serious advances in the collaborative […]

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