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SPECIAL ISSUE BLOG SERIES: Blog 2 – Co-creation: the new kid on the block in public governanceby policypressblog on April 14, 2021
Special issue blog series on strategic management of the transition to public sector co-creation Christopher Ansell and Jacob Torfing In our recent article in […]
Publication | Working Paper | Global Austerity Alert: Looming Budget Cuts in 2021-25 and Alternative Pathwayson April 14, 2021
This paper warns of an emerging post-pandemic fiscal austerity shock—one that is far more premature and severe than the one that followed the global […]
NEW SPECIAL ISSUE BLOG SERIES: Blog 1 – Public value as the game changer for co-creation of innovative solutions in the public sectorby policypressblog on April 7, 2021
Special issue blog series on strategic management of the transition to public sector co-creation Jacob Torfing, Ewan Ferlie, Tina Jukić and Edoardo Ongaro […]
What happens when policymakers limit increases in property taxes?by policypressblog on March 31, 2021
Subba Reddy Yarram, Brian Dollery and Carolyn Tran In our recent article in Policy & Politics, we examine the impact of a ‘cap’ on property taxes in […]
Call for Papers for a Themed issue in Policy & Politics on Transformational Change through Public Policyby policypressblog on March 29, 2021
Oscar Berglund, Claire Dunlop and Chris Weible Policy & Politics is a top quartile journal in public administration and political science. Its […]
Can citizen involvement in the recruitment of front-line employees help to identify candidates who will be effective at co-production?by policypressblog on March 24, 2021
Jakob Trischler In our recent open access article in Policy & Politics, Johan Kaluza and I take as our starting point for our argument the point that […]