In-depth case studies of how living lab approaches are used for co-creation and co-innovation

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Abstract

This report is Deliverable 5.2 of the H2020 Co-VAL project ‘Understanding value co-creation in public services for transforming European public administrations’. WP5 investigates the concept and method of innovation and living labs, and how living labs and other participatory and experimental methods are used to enable value co-creation based on co-innovation of public services. Deliverable 5.2, entitled ‘Report on Strategic Case Studies’, is founded on Task 5.2, which is to conduct in-depth case studies of how living lab approaches are used for co-creation and co-innovation. The report is based on the following research question: ‘How do living labs evolve as organizational and institutional structures for innovation in real-life settings based on co-creation and co-innovation of public services and what are the future potentials of this specific approach to public sector innovation?’
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIn-depth case studies of how living lab approaches are used for co-creation and co-innovation
Number of pages59
Volume5.2
PublisherEU-H2020 Co-VAL [770356] Deliverable 5.2
Publication date15 Jan 2020
Publication statusPublished - 15 Jan 2020

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Fuglsang, L., & Hansen, A. V. (2020). In-depth case studies of how living lab approaches are used for co-creation and co-innovation. In In-depth case studies of how living lab approaches are used for co-creation and co-innovation (Vol. 5.2). EU-H2020 Co-VAL [770356] Deliverable 5.2. http://www.co-val.eu/public-deliverables/