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Designing Public Policy For Co-ProductionTheory, practice and change$
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Catherine Durose and Liz Richardson

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9781447316695

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: May 2016

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781447316695.001.0001

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Governance for co-productive policy designs

Governance for co-productive policy designs

(p.199) Chapter Five Governance for co-productive policy designs
Designing Public Policy For Co-Production

Catherine Durose

Liz Richardson

Policy Press

Chapter Five considers the governance arrangements which could facilitate co-productive policy design. Moving towards co-productive policy design poses difficult questions and a series of dilemmas for participants. Attempts to re-constitute the policy process do not exist within a vacuum and conventional policy designs can feel deeply entrenched and immutable to change. Through both theorising and working with the grounded powerful reflections on co-production from policy-makers, practitioners, activists and engaged scholars, this book embodies the importance and value of experimentation in policy design. It has demonstrated a growing appetite for change in a context that makes it more daunting but more important than ever.

Keywords:   policy design, design thinking, co production, polycentrism, policy change

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