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Collaborating for social innovation in public services: inside the black box of public service innovation networks for social innovation (PSINSIs)

Benoît Desmarchelier, Faridah Djellal () and Faïz Gallouj
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Benoît Desmarchelier: Université de Lille

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Abstract: This paper is given over to "Public Service Innovation Networks for Social Innovation" (PSINSIs), a multi-agent structural arrangement set up for the collaborative production of social innovation in public services. It begins by putting forward an analytical framework that makes it possible-from both the morphological and the functional points of view-to distinguish PSINSIs from other expressions of the innovation network concept. Then, using a rich set of empirical material collected within the Co-VAL European research project and consisting of 24 in-depth PSINSIs case studies undertaken in five European countries, it attempts to enter the black box of PSINSIs in order to better understand both the nature of social innovation at work and the modes of formation and functioning of these networks.

Keywords: innovation networks; public services; social innovation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2021-01-21
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Published in 30th RESER/COVAL International Congress. Value Co-creation and Innovation in the New Service Economy, Jan 2021, Madrid (virtual), Spain

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