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Co-creation during COVID-19: 30 comparative international case studies

Muthu de Silva, Orlagh Lavelle, Nikolas Schmidt and Caroline Paunov
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Muthu de Silva: Birkbeck, University of London
Orlagh Lavelle: OECD
Nikolas Schmidt: OECD

No 135, OECD Science, Technology and Industry Policy Papers from OECD Publishing

Abstract: Co-creation – the joint production of innovation between combinations of industry, research, government and civil society – was widely used to respond to the challenges raised by the COVID-19 pandemic. This paper describes 30 COVID-19 co-creation initiatives from 21 countries and three international cases. The template focuses on initiatives’ core characteristics, including information on key co-creation partners and their contributions, key outcomes as well as the initiatives’ size. The comparative evidence gathered through interviews with case study initiative leaders also describes what co-creation instruments were used, how networks leading to the collaboration were built, what type of cross-disciplinary co-operation took place, and what role governments played in the process and the procedures adopted to deal with the COVID-19 “exceptionality”, including the urgency of producing implementable solutions. The information gathered provides a basis for analyses on co-creation initiatives during COVID-19 and for drawing potential policy implications.

Keywords: Civil Society; Digitalisation; Industry-science Linkages; Innovation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: I18 O36 O38 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2022-08-19
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