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|Title:||Collaboration, Co-production, Networks: Convergence of theories|
|Authors:||Poocharoen, O.-O. |
|Source:||Poocharoen, O.-O., Ting, B. (2013). Collaboration, Co-production, Networks: Convergence of theories. Public Management Review. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1080/14719037.2013.866479|
|Abstract:||This article suggests a framework to study service delivery networks that draws on the theories of collaboration, co-production, and networks combined. We introduce four dimensions of co-production under 'coproduction-oriented collaborations'. This framework allows us to 'zoom in and zoom out' when we study networks. Using the case method approach, the framework is applied to analyse four networks in Singapore. Findings suggest that network process, network structure, and characteristics of actors are crucial to a network's performance and coproduction's effectiveness. This article also offers implications for practice that in certain contexts the usage of these concepts is for managerial effectiveness and not for enhancing democratic values. © 2013 © Taylor & Francis.|
|Source Title:||Public Management Review|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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