Introduction Collaborative Innovation in the Public Sector

  title={Introduction Collaborative Innovation in the Public Sector},
  author={Eva S\orensen and Jacob Torfing},
This special issue focuses on collaborative innovation in the public sector (Bommert, 2010; Sørensen and Torfing, 2011). It aims to explore how networks, partnerships and other forms of interaction between relevant and affected actors can accommodate the development and implementation of new and bold ideas in ways that reinvigorate public policies and services (Eggers and Singh, 2009). There has been a growing interest in public innovation (Newman, Raine and Skelcher, 2001; Borins, 2008… CONTINUE READING

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