3 edition of Innovations in public governance found in the catalog.
Innovations in public governance
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Ari-Veikko Anttiroiko, Stephen J. Bailey, Pekka Valkama|
|Series||Innovation and the public sector -- v. 15|
|LC Classifications||JF1525.O73 I575 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 239 p. :|
|Number of Pages||239|
|ISBN 10||9781607507260, 9781607507277|
|LC Control Number||2011925299|
FOSTERING INNOVATION IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR © OECD Foreword Three years after the launch of the OECD Observatory of Public Sector Innovation, public administrations are pursuing innovation more actively than ever, and embedding it in government budgets and programmes. Yet, innovation is, necessarily, an unfinished business. Good Practices and Innovations in Public Governance Close.
Public administration reform, aiming at good governance and modernisation of the state, is a target for every nation on the globe. The term “good governance” has been discussed in the literature and has been extensively used by international organisations such as the World Bank. J. Ignacio Criado, Thiago Ferreira Dias, Hironobu Sano, i-Labs and Public Administration: Public Innovation and the Future of Public Sector, Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance, /, (), ().
A. Farazmand (ed.), Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance, DOI /_ the bad, and the ugly, and concluded that none of. Public Participation and Innovations in Community Governance by Peter McLaverty and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
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: Innovations in Public Governance - Volume 15 Innovation and the Public Sector (): A.-V. Anttiroiko, S.J. Bailey, P. Valkama: BooksAuthors: S.J. Bailey, P. Valkama, A.-V. Anttiroiko.
Innovations in governance: go beyond organizational boundaries to create network-based financing, decision-making and production systems; tap new pools of resources; exploit government’s capacity to shape private rights and responsibilities; redistribute the right to define and judge value; and should Innovations in public governance book evaluated in terms of the degree to which they promote justice and the development of a society as Cited by: Innovations in Public Governance.
This book provides a contextual view of innovations in public governance. Public governance is about coordination and the use of various forms of institutional arrangements in policy-making processes to pursue the common good. Description Innovations in Public Governance provides a contextual view of innovations in public governance.
Public governance is about coordination and the use of various forms of institutional arrangements in policy-making processes to pursue the common good. Enhancing Public Innovation by Transforming Public Governance. This book has been cited by the following publications. This list is generated based on data provided by CrossRef.
Lindsay, Colin Findlay, Patricia McQuarrie, Johanna Bennie, Marion Corcoran, Emma Dunlop and Van Der Meer, Innovations in public governance book DOI link for Public Participation and Innovations in Community Governance.
Public Participation and Innovations in Community Governance book. Edited By Peter McLaverty. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 5 July Pub. location London. Imprint by: This article evaluates the application of the governance and New Public Management strategies in promoting the innovation capacity of the public sector, arguing that these strategies, which are often seen as alternatives, should rather be seen as complementary.
It points out that recent strands of public administration theory establish a positive correlation between interactive forms of governance and public sector innovation.
Book Description Comprised of a series of national case studies, this book critically examines initiatives in public participation and their relationship to developments in community governance. As such, the case studies enable national perspectives to be applied to crucial features of modern public policy and politics.
Abstract This article explores a special class of innovations - innovations in governance – and develops an analytical schema for characterizing and evaluating them. To date, the innovation literature has focused primarily on the private rather than the public sector, and on innovations which improve organizational performance through product and process innovations rather than public sector.
Innovating public participation methods In the s, new social movements have demanded political participation beyond liberal-representative forms of democracy.
Since then, efforts are made to provide procedures for rendering public engagement constructive and legitimate. Public participation methods took shape as a field of innovation. Provides a contextual view of innovations in public governance.
This book studies real-life conditions and consequences of governance innovations, and provides an introduction to the basic concepts and issues of this research area. It is suitable for not only academics, teachers and students, but also developers, public managers and politicians.
However, over the past two decades, reference to innovations in public administration and public services management has become more commonplace. This growing interest in social innovations can be largely explained as the outcome of reforms inspired by New Public Management (NPM), a new paradigm that emerged in the s (Osborne and Gaebler ).
Governance innovations are novel rules, regulations and approaches that seek to address a public problem in more efficacious and effective ways, lead to better policy outcomes and enhance legitimacy. When applicable, the Governance Report presents a selection of ideas and practices being put forth in order to meet today’s challenges to good.
Innovations in Public Leadership Development (Tranformational Trends in Governance and Democracy) | Ricardo S. Morse, Terry F. Buss | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. As the authors point out, innovation can and does occur in the public sector.
Too often, however, the public sector fails to actively promote innovation—a short-coming this book can help rectify. This book is co-published under the auspices of Deloitte’s Public Leadership Institute and the Ash Institute for Democratic Governance and.
Innovation in the Public Sector: Linking Capacity and Leadership (Governance and Public Management) th Edition. by V. Bekkers (Editor), J. Edelenbos (Editor), B. Steijn (Editor) & 0 more. ISBN Format: Hardcover. The book Enhancing Public Innovation by Transforming Public Governance, edited by Jacob Torfing and Peter Triantafillou, departs from the view that public innovation is needed to address societal challenges in times of changing expectations and interactions between citizens and the state, as well as fiscal r to other books on innovation in the public sector (e.g., Bekkers.
Innovations in Government: Research, Recognition, and Replication answers these questions by presenting a comprehensive approach to advancing the practice and study of innovation in government. This book provides a contextual view of innovations in public governance. Public governance is ab read more.
Firstly we include under the general label of “organisational innovation” several concepts emphasised in the public management literature and alternatively dubbed as “innovations in government”, “innovations in governance” or “innovations in policy making” (Altshuler and Behn,Hartley,Moore and Hartley.
In book: Evolutionary Governance Theory: Theory and Applications, Chapter: Innovation in Governance, Publisher: Springer, Editors: Raoul Beunen.
In the wake of the economic crisis, many public services are facing a challenging environment in which they receive less funding but are expected to deliver better services. Organisational Innovation in Public Services develops new theoretical models and analyses case studies to provide an important insight into how to modernise public services.Data and research on public governance including budgeting, public expenditure, public-private partnerships (PPPs), public sector innovation, public employment and public finances.