- Title Pages
- List of figures and tables
- Notes on the authors and contributors
- Introduction Why is redesign of public policy needed?
- Chapter One Possibilities for policy design
- Chapter Two Conventional policy design
- Chapter Three Co-productive policy design
- Can crisis ever be good for policy design?
- Challenges in policy redesign
- The hidden politics of policy design
- Designing policy for localism
- Creative disruption for cultural change
- Establishing principles for value-driven practice
- Doing politics to build power and change policy
- Participatory action research and policy change
- Using technology to help communities shout louder
- Generating community conversations
- Policy design as co-design
- Using mediation to resolve conflict
- Chapter Four Debating co-productive policy design
- Chapter Five Governance for co-productive policy designs
- Epilogue Co-producing research
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