Collaborative Governance and Public Innovation in Northern Europe


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Annika Agger, Bodil Damgaard, Andreas Hagedorn Krogh, Eva Sørensen

eISBN: 978-1-68108-013-0, 2015
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Table of Contents

Author Biographies

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Preface

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List of Contributors

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Introduction

- Pp. 3-21 (19)

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Deliberative Mini-Publics and User-Driven Innovation in the Public Sector: Comparing Underpinnings, Procedures and Outcomes

- Pp. 23-45 (23)

Marja-Liisa Niinikoski and Maija Setälä

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Perspectives on User-Driven Innovation in Public Sector Services

- Pp. 47-67 (21)

Luise Li Langergaard

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Public Innovation and Organizational Legitimacy: An Empirical Analysis of Social Media in the Dutch Police

- Pp. 69-89 (21)

Albert Meijer

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Leading Collaborative Innovation: Developing Innovative Solutions to Wicked Gang Problems

- Pp. 91-110 (20)

Andreas Hagedorn Krogh and Jacob Torfing

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Overcoming Conflicting Logics of Care and Justice: Collaborative Innovation in Dealing with Habitual Offenders in the Netherlands

- Pp. 111-131 (21)

Hendrik Wagenaar, Joost Vos, Corine Balder and Bert van Hemert

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Multi-Level Networks: Strengths and Weaknesses in Promoting Coordinated and Innovative Water Governance

- Pp. 133-155 (23)

Gro Sandkjær Hanssen

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Collaborative Innovation Processes in Dutch Regional Water Governance - The Role of Niches and Policy Entrepreneurs in Fostering (Strategic) Policy Innovation

- Pp. 157-179 (23)

Hanneke Gieske and Arwin van Buuren

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European Patent Reforms: Transforming European Patent Governance and Enhancing Collaborative Innovation?

- Pp. 181-204 (24)

Esther van Zimmeren

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Case Study: Lead User Innovation in the Danish Tax Ministry

- Pp. 205-229 (25)

Helle Vibeke Carstensen

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Public Innovation, Civic Participation and the Third Sector - A Psychosocial Perspective

- Pp. 231-248 (18)

Lynn Froggett

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Micro-Processes of Collaborative Innovation in Danish Welfare Settings: A Psychosocial Approach to Learning and Performance

- Pp. 249-268 (20)

Linda Lundgaard Andersen

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Making Sense of Public Policy Innovation in a Fragmented World: The Search for Solutions and the Limits of Learning

- Pp. 269-286 (18)

John Fenwick and Janice McMillan

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Subject Index

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Preface

The chapters published in this book have grown out of the international Sunrise Conference: Transforming Governance, Enhancing Innovation hosted by Roskilde University, Denmark, in October 2012. Contemplating the link between governance and innovation, the Sunrise Conference brought together more than 100 researchers from all over Europe, about 100 decision-makers from all levels of government, and 70 students from different study programs. Over the course of three days, they worked together in parallel streams and in joint sessions to explore how transformations of governance can spur public innovation. Round tables and panel sessions with academic discussions took place alongside professionally facilitated debates among decision-makers on how to enhance innovation in the public sector, while students worked intensely to come up with the most innovative yet feasible solutions to some of the most acute wicked problems of our time. Throughout the conference, the three streams engaged with each other in thought-provoking and inspiring dialogues that advanced the collective endeavor of grasping how new forms of collaborative governance might enhance the capacity for public innovation. Thus this book deals with an expression of collaborative innovation. We wish to acknowledge all the participants in the conference for their valuable contributions. A special thanks goes to all participating authors who took time to engage in a sustained and enlightening collaboration around the invention of this volume. Finally, we wish to acknowledge the treasured collaboration with our assistant student, soon-to-be MSc in public administration and history, Anna Katrine Sand, who aligned an untold number of writing styles and reference standards into a coherent book.

Annika Agger
Bodil Damgaard
Andreas Hagedorn Krogh
&
Eva Sørensen
Department of Society and Globalisation
Roskilde University
Denmark

List of Contributors

Editor(s):
Annika Agger


Bodil Damgaard


Andreas Hagedorn Krogh


Eva Sørensen
Department of Society and Globalisation
Roskilde University
Roskilde
Denmark




Contributor(s):
Annika Agger
Department of Society and Globalisation
Roskilde University
Roskilde
Denmark


Linda Lundgaard Andersen
School of Lifelong Learning and Socialpsychology of Everyday Life
Roskilde University
Roskilde
Denmark


Corine Balder
Docent
Hogeschool Leiden
Leiden
The Netherlands


Arwin van Buuren
Department of Public Administration
Erasmus University
Rotterdam
The Netherlands


Helle Vibeke Carstensen
Organizational Development at the Social Services Department
Copenhagen Municipality
Copenhagen
The Netherlands


Bodil Damgaard
Department of Society and Globalization
Roskilde University
Roskilde
Denmark


John Fenwick
Northumbria University
Newcastle upon Tyne
UK


Lynn Froggett
University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN)
Lancashire
UK


Hanneke Gieske
Erasmus University
Rotterdam
The Netherlands


Gro Sandkjær Hanssen
The Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research
Norway


Bert van Hemert
Psychiatry of Leiden University Medical Center
The Netherlands


Andreas Hagedorn Krogh
Department of Society and Globalisation
Roskilde University
Roskilde
Denmark


Luise Li Langergaard
Centre for Social Entrepreneurship at Department of Psychology and Educational Studies
Roskilde University
Roskilde
Denmark


Janice McMillan
Edinburgh Napier University Business School
UK


Albert Meijer
Utrecht School of Governance
The Netherlands


Marja-Liisa Niinikoski
Culminatum Innovation Ltd.
Finland


Maija Setälä
University of Turku
Finland


Eva Sørensen
Department of Society and Globalization
Roskilde University
Roskilde
Denmark


Jacob Torfing
Department of Society and Globalization
Roskilde University
Roskilde
Denmark


Joost Vos
Managing Consultant at TNO Management Consultants
The Netherlands


Hendrik Wagenaar
University of Sheffield
UK


Esther van Zimmeren
University of Antwerp
Belgium




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