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Ch 1 Combating Child Poverty at the Local Government Level in Austria and Belgium , pp 19-41 Downloads
Dorothea Greiling and Melanie Schinnerl
Ch 1 The contribution of the non-profit sector in narrowing spatial inequalities: Four cases of inter-institutional cooperation in Italy , pp 21-36 Downloads
Andrea Salustri and Federica Viganò
Ch 10 Co-construction of the general interest and social innovations forms in Kabylia: A partnership interaction approach based on three case studies , pp 207-230 Downloads
Malika AHMED Zaïd
Ch 10 Social and solidarity economy and the co-construction of a new field of local public policies in France , pp 207-226 Downloads
Laurent Fraisse
Ch 11 Comparative analysis of Public-Social and Solidarity Economy Partnerships (PSSEPs) in the French Regions after the Hamon and NOTRé Laws , pp 227-257 Downloads
Philippe Bance and Angélique Chassy
Ch 11 The institutional organization of health in Colombia and its disconnection with the common good and mutuality , pp 231-248 Downloads
Juan Fernando Álvarez, Miguel GORDO Granados and Hernando ZABALA Salazar
Ch 12 Multi-stakeholder governance of the commons, a pragmatic approach , pp 251-264 Downloads
Alexandrine Lapoutte
Ch 13 New hybrid organizations in the social and solidarity economy in France: A new cooperative governance? , pp 265-281 Downloads
Jean-Claude Boual and Cathy Zadra-Veil
Ch 14 Conditions of convergence between public economy and social economy organisations. From the diversity of models to a successful hybridisation through new governance , pp 283-299 Downloads
Pierre Bauby
Ch 2 Collective innovation and living labs of real estate: an institutionalization of citizen participation? , pp 43-58 Downloads
Benjamin Fragny and Cathy Zadra-Veil
Ch 2 The Work Integration Social Enterprises as “Learning Organizations”: In the quest for a new local governance in order to build another model of local sustainable development , pp 37-54 Downloads
Pascal Glémain,
Ch 3 The resilience of public–social economy partnerships for food justice: a case study , pp 59-80 Downloads
Alexandrine Lapoutte and Georges Alakpa
Ch 3 From public ownership back to commons. Lessons learnt from the Romanian experience in the forest sector , pp 55-74 Downloads
Ancu?a Vame?u, Cristina Barna and Irina Opincaru
Ch 4 Redefining the borders between public, social economy and for-profit organizations in the provision of public services: The case of Japan , pp 75-91 Downloads
Shinichi Saito, Munenori Nomura, Fumitoshi Smizutani and Francis Rawlinson
Ch 4 Big Business in the Social Commons: The Example of the Carrefour Varasti Agricultural Cooperative in Romania , pp 81-95 Downloads
Gheorghe Ciascai and Hervé Defalvard
Ch 5 Financial stability as a global public good and relevant systemic regulation as a problem of collective action , pp 95-112 Downloads
Faruk Ülgen
Ch 5 Co-production paradigm: Threat or Opportunity for Social Economy? , pp 99-123 Downloads
Andrea Bassi and Alessandro Fabbr
Ch 6 Co-production of Public Goods in Shrinking Rural Regions in Germany: Why Does Public Action Still Matter? , pp 125-142 Downloads
Benjamin Friedländer and Christina Schaefer
Ch 6 Understanding financialization and its impacts on Social Economy , pp 113-133 Downloads
Manuel BELO Moreira
Ch 7 Finance as a “commons” understood as ideal-type for emancipation , pp 135-160 Downloads
Bernard Paranque
Ch 7 Co-production of public goods in Slovakia , pp 143-163 Downloads
Maria MURRAY Svidronová, Juraj Nemec and Gabriela Vaceková
Ch 8 After the Keynesian paradigm and the paradigm of economic liberalism, a new paradigm based on "values"? , pp 167-180 Downloads
Pierre Bauby
Ch 8 The development in France of partnerships between public and social economy organizations and the new paradigm of public action , pp 163-183 Downloads
Philippe Bance, Jean-Philippe Milesy and Christelle Zagbayou
Ch 9 Cooperation strategies between public and social economy organisations: How to cooperate without losing your “soul” , pp 185-205 Downloads
Monique Combes-Joret, Laëtitia Lethielleux and Anne Reimat
Ch 9 Renewal of Public Action: Co-Production and Financial Regulation , pp 181-205 Downloads
Faruk Ülgen
Ch Albania Accountability, anti-corruption and transparency policies in Public-Owned Enterprises (POEs) in Albania , pp 125-141 Downloads
Nevila Mehmetaj
Ch Austria Accountability and transparency policies in Austrian Public-Owned Enterprises (POEs) / Austria , pp 101-111 Downloads
Birgit Grüb and Dorothea Greiling
Ch Italy The case of Italy , pp 43-60 Downloads
Andrea Zatti
Ch North Macedonia Key Performance Indicators of Public-Owned Enterprises (POEs) in North Macedonia , pp 113-124 Downloads
Merita ZULFIU Alili
Ch Portugal Portuguese Public-Owned Enterprises (POEs): between the fight against corruption and the search for a modern role / Portugal , pp 85-99 Downloads
Paulo Mourão and Cilina Vilela
Ch Spain Accountability and transparency policies in Spanish Public-Owned Enterprises (POEs) / Spain , pp 61-83 Downloads
María del Carmen SÁNCHEZ Carreira
Ch conclusion Conclusions and Directions for further Research , pp 259-274 Downloads
Philippe Bance, Marie-J. Bouchard and Dorothea Greiling
Ch conclusion Conclusion. Public - Social and Solidarity Economy Partnerships (PSSEPs) and collective action paradigm , pp 301-312 Downloads
Philippe Bance
Ch context Public-Owned Enterprises (POEs): definition, evolution, and evaluation / Context , pp 21-42 Downloads
Andrea Zatti
Ch introduction Introduction , pp 9-17 Downloads
Philippe Bance
Ch introduction Introduction , pp 9-19 Downloads
Andrea Zatti
Ch introduction Introduction , pp 9-15 Downloads
Philippe Bance
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