publication . Article . Other literature type . 2017

Generating 'good enough' evidence for co-production

Durose, Catherine; Needham, Catherine; Mangan, Catherine; Rees, James;
Open Access English
  • Published: 27 Jan 2017
Abstract
Co-production is not a new concept but it is one with renewed prominence and reach in contemporary policy discourse. It refers to joint working between people or groups who have traditionally been separated into categories of user and producer. The article focuses on the coproduction of public services, offering theory-based and knowledge-based routes to evidencing co-production. It cites a range of ‘good enough’ methodologies which community organisations\ud and small-scale service providers experimenting with co-production can use to assess the potential contribution, including appreciative inquiry, peer-to-peer learning and data sharing. These approaches have...
Subjects
free text keywords: Data sharing, Teamwork, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Community organization, Coproduction, Public service, Service provider, Sociology, Public relations, business.industry, business, Best practice, Appreciative inquiry
Funded by
EC| SUBTUNE
Project
SUBTUNE
Widely Tunable VCSEL using Sub Wavelength Gratings
  • Funder: European Commission (EC)
  • Project Code: 224259
  • Funding stream: FP7 | SP1 | ICT
78 references, page 1 of 6

Alford, J, 1998, A public management road less travelled: Clients as co-producers of public services, Australian Journal of Public Administration 57, 4, 128-37

Alford, J, 2014,The multiple facets of co-production: Building on the work of Elinor Ostrom, Public Management Review 16, 3, 299-316

Beebeejaun,Y, Durose, C, Rees, J, Richardson, J, Richardson, L, 2013, Public value or public harm? Towards co-production in research with communities, Environment and Planning C 33, 3, 552-565

Beebeejaun Y, Durose, C, Rees, J, Richardson, J, Richardson, L, 2014, Beyond text: Exploring ethos and method in co-producing research with communities, Community Development Journal 49, 1, 37-53

Beresford, P, 2008,Whose personalisation?, Soundings 40,Winter, 8-17

Berry, N, 2012, Scaling up is not always best, The Guardian, 11 October

Biagini, E, Sutclife, M, 2013, Active citizenship, public engagement and the humanities: The Victorian model, Swindon: AHRC (Arts and Humanities Research Council)

Bovaird, T, 2007, Beyond engagement and participation: User and community coproduction of public services, Public Administration Review 67, 5, 846-60 [OpenAIRE]

Bovaird,T, 2013,Third sector service delivery: Conceptual approaches to marrying scale and responsiveness, in Changing realities of the third sector, Birmingham:TSRC (Third Sector Research Centre) / ESRC (Economic and Social Research Council )

Bovaird, T, Loefler, E, 2012, From engagement to co-production: How users and communities contribute to public services, in Pestof,V, Brandsen,T,Verschuere, B (eds), New public governance, the third sector and co-production, Routledge: Abingdon, 35-60 [OpenAIRE]

Bradwell, P, Marr, S, 2008, Making the most of collaboration: An international survey of public service co-design, London: Demos / Price Waterhouse Coopers

Brandsen, T, Helderman, J, 2012, The conditions for successful co-production in housing: A case study of German housing cooperatives, in Pestof,V, Brandsen, T, Verschuere, B (eds), New public governance, the third sector and co-production, Abingdon: Routledge [OpenAIRE]

Brandsen, T, Verschuere, B, Pestof, V, 2012, Conclusion: Taking research on coproduction a step further, in Pestof,V, Brandsen,T,Verschuere, B (eds), New public governance, the third sector and co-production, Abingdon: Routledge, 381-8 [OpenAIRE]

Brannan,T, Durose, C, John, P,Wolman, H, 2008, Assessing best practice as a means of innovation, Local Government Studies 34, 1, 23-38

Bunt, L, Harris, M, 2010, Mass localism: A way to help small communities solve big social challenges, London: NESTA (National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts)

78 references, page 1 of 6
Powered by OpenAIRE Research Graph
Any information missing or wrong?Report an Issue