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Working Across Boundaries: Collaboration in Public Services
The Collaborative Agenda Collaboration and the State Understanding Collaboration Collaboration on Cross-Cutting Issues Collaboration Across Sectors Building Capacity for Collaboration The Dynamics ofExpand
The Dynamics of Multi‐organizational Partnerships: an Analysis of Changing Modes of Governance
Multi-organizational partnerships are now an important means of governing and managing public programmes. They typically involve business, community and not-for-profit agencies alongside governmentExpand
THEORIZING HYBRIDITY: INSTITUTIONAL LOGICS, COMPLEX ORGANIZATIONS, AND ACTOR IDENTITIES: THE CASE OF NONPROFITS
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This work uses the institutional logics approach to theorize hybrids as entities that face a plurality of normative frames and proposes five types of organizational hybridity – segmented, segregated, assimilated, blended, and blocked. Expand
The Public Governance of Collaborative Spaces: Discourse, Design and Democracy
This article investigates the relationship between democratic practices and the design of institutions operating in collaborative spaces, those policy and spatial domains where multiple public,Expand
Democracy and governance networks: compatible or not?
A unitary pumping tree is provided for forming part of a wellhead assembly christmas tree. The tree integrates a bottom connector, shut-off valve, hydraulically actuated blow-out preventer,Expand
Jurisdictional Integrity, Polycentrism, and the Design of Democratic Governance
Political and managerial processes are creating polycentric networks that transcend the traditional ideas of jurisdictional integrity in state-centric systems. Jurisdictional integrity refers to theExpand
Performance Decline and Turnaround in Public Organizations: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis
Public sector performance is currently a significant issue for management practice and policy, and especially the turnaround of those organizations delivering less than acceptable results. TheoriesExpand
Changing images of the State: overloaded, hollowed-out, congested
Three conceptualisations of the UK's state are identified: the overloaded state of the 1960s/1970s; the hollowed-out state of the 1980s/early 1990s; the congested state of the late 1990s. In thisExpand
The Appointed State: Quasi-Governmental Organizations and Democracy
Preface understanding quasi-government examining the democratic deficit explaining the appointed state the members of quangos patronage and appointment the governance of quangos evaluating quangoExpand
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