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Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.Beställ boken senast måndag 14 december kl. 12:45 för leverans innan julaftonThis volume explores the ways in which civil society and governments employ transformative tactics of direct engagement in coordinating efforts toward the common good. The chapters highlight alternatives that are philosophically and pragmatically different from neoliberal austerity measures, which reduce coproduction to a cost-saving tactic. Instead of simplistic load-shedding and unfunded partnerships, collaborative governance and coproduction increasingly take on characteristics of social movements, wherein direct citizen engagement in public policy making and administrative implementation are seen as the collective pursuit of human flourishing and abundance. These approaches counter the status quo - both in terms of power dynamics and standard operating procedures. Civil society is increasingly reclaiming its roots in the more informal mechanisms of social movements. As governments reach out to engage these groups, they must develop a new stance toward collaboration - one that sees power as a generative force when shared rather than held through hierarchical or competitive dominance. This book shows how, through this transformation, genuine public value can be produced.
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Scholars of public management describe some of the trends in the creative transformation of the public sector that are emerging from collaborative governance practices at all levels from the local to the international. Among the topics are unsettling the memes of neoliberal capitalism through administrative pragmatism, tackling maternal health through cell phones: evaluating a collaborative framework, clarifying collaborative dynamics in governance networks, joining the citizens: forging new collaborations between government and citizens in deprived neighborhoods, and encounters with an open mind: a relational grounding for neighborhood governance. -- Annotation (c)2018 * (protoview.com) *
Margaret Stout is an Associate Professor of Public Administration at West Virginia University, USA. Her research can be found in numerous journals and books, including Logics of Legitimacy: Three Traditions of Public Administration Praxis; A Radically Democratic Response to Global Governance: Dystopian Utopias; and Integrative Governance: Generating Sustainable Responses to Global Crises.
Foreword: Toward a Politics of Belonging; Hendrik WagenaarIntroduction; Margaret Stout Chapter 1. Are Social Movements Prefiguring Integrative Governance? Jeannine M. Love and Margaret Stout Chapter 2. Unsettling the Memes of Neoliberal Capitalism through Administrative Pragmatism; C. F. Abel and Karen Kunz Chapter 3. Cross-sector Collaborations for Public Value Co-creation; Alessandro Sancino, James Rees, and Irene Schindele Chapter 4. Tackling Maternal Health through Cell Phones: Evaluating a Collaborative Framework; Nidhi Vij Mali Chapter 5. Clarifying Collaborative Dynamics in Governance Networks; Margaret Stout, Koen P. R. Bartels, and Jeannine M. Love Chapter 6. A Typology of Coproduction: Emphasizing Shared Power; Victor Burigo Souza and Luis Moretto Neto Chapter 7. Get Talking: Managing to Achieve More through Creative Consultation; Nicola Gratton and Ros Beddows Chapter 8. Joining the Citizens: Forging New Collaborations between Government and Citizens in Deprived Neighborhoods; Imrat Verhoeven and Evelien Tonkens Chapter 9. Encounters with an Open Mind: A Relational Grounding for Neighborhood Governance; Koen P. R. Bartels