Innovation capacity in the public sector: A framework for comparative analysis

Jenny M Lewis, Lykke Margot Ricard

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Resumé

This article examines the innovation capacity of municipal
governments by examining their innovation environments –
governance structures, social networks and leadership qualities. An
empirical study of this has been recently completed through a
survey of politicians and senior administrators in Denmark
(Copenhagen), the Netherlands (Rotterdam), Spain (Barcelona) and
Scotland (West Lothian, which borders Edinburgh). The article
outlines a framework for the comparative analysis of the four
cases.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelCommonwealth Governance Handbook 2014/15
RedaktørerAndrew Robertson, Jade Fell, Kate Bystrova
Udgivelses stedCambridge
ForlagNexus Strategic Partnerships
Publikationsdato5 maj 2015
Sider44-46
KapitelExcellence in public service: delivery and reform
AnsøgerCommonwealth Secretariat
ISBN (Trykt)978-1-908609-15-1
StatusUdgivet - 5 maj 2015

Emneord

  • Innovation
  • public innovation
  • governance
  • social innovation
  • Network and Network Analysis
  • Public Service
  • public leadership

Citer dette

Lewis, J. M., & Ricard, L. M. (2015). Innovation capacity in the public sector: A framework for comparative analysis. I A. Robertson, J. Fell, & K. Bystrova (red.), Commonwealth Governance Handbook 2014/15 (s. 44-46). Cambridge: Nexus Strategic Partnerships.
Lewis, Jenny M ; Ricard, Lykke Margot. / Innovation capacity in the public sector : A framework for comparative analysis. Commonwealth Governance Handbook 2014/15. red. / Andrew Robertson ; Jade Fell ; Kate Bystrova. Cambridge : Nexus Strategic Partnerships, 2015. s. 44-46
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