Danish theoretical, empirical and grey literature on public service innovation networks for social innovation (PSINSIs). A literature review

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Abstract

The report aims to provide a review of the Danish theoretical, empirical and “grey” literature on Public Service Innovation Networks (PSINs), focusing on social innovation. These networks are also called Public Service Innovation Networks for Social Innovation (PSINSIs).

In the report, we interpret public service in a broad sense both as specific service functions produced or co-produced by public-sector agents, as well as – more broadly – tasks that can be developed and carried out by other actors. The public sector as an agent can therefore have several roles in public service innovation networks for social innovation, as, for example, provider, co-producer, facilitator, or supporter of an innovation and the network involved.

The report is structured as follows. First, we describe the method used in the literature review. Then we describe the identified literature divided into four themes. Finally, we provide a conclusion.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherRoskilde Universitet
Number of pages22
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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