Voluntary and Public Sector Collaboration in Scandinavia : New Approaches to Co-Production /

In thirteen chapters, the contributors to this volume analyse the different dimensions of a new form of collaboration, termed collective co-production, in the Scandinavian countries. It is a characteristic of the Scandinavian countries - Sweden, Norway and Denmark - that they have both a large publi...

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Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Ibsen, Bjarne (Editor, http://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/relators/edt)
Format: eBook
Published: Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan, 2021.
Edition:1st ed. 2021.
Series:Palgrave Studies in Third Sector Research,
Online Access:Connect to the full text of this electronic book
Table of Contents:
  • 1. Introduction (Bjarne Ibsen)
  • 2. Interactions between local government and voluntary organizations: theoretical perspectives (Bernard Enjolras and Håkon Trætteberg)
  • 3. Public and civic social services: potentials for participatory democracy (Thomas P. Boje)
  • 4. Voluntary-public sector collaboration in Norway from a municipal perspective: Variations according to fields of responsibility (Ivar Eimhjellen)
  • 5. Voluntary-public sector co-production in Denmark: Why differences between welfare areas? (Bjarne Ibsen, Klaus Levinsen, Michael Fehsenfeld and Evald Bundgaard Iversen)
  • 6. The attitude of the population towards the involvement of volunteers in elderly care. Results from a survey experiment in Norway (Dag Arne Christensen, Rune Ervik and Tord Skogedal Lindén)
  • 7. Associationalism and Co-production: A comparison of two ideals for participatory democracy (Bjarne Ibsen)
  • 8. Innovation without participation? The counterfactuals of community co-production (Morten Frederiksen, Lars Skov Henriksen and Ane Grubb)
  • 9. Civil society organizations and municipalities in changing times: potentials and pitfalls in the collaborative turn (Helle Hygum Espersen, Linda Lundgaard Andersen and Anne Tortzen)
  • 10. Co-producing neighbourhood safety and the role of police perceptions: a case study of the Danish police co-commissioning with ethnic minority associations (Marianne Staal Stougaard and Klaus Levinsen)
  • 11. Place-based co-production: Working with voluntarism in Danish urban regeneration (Annika Agger and Jesper Ole Jensen)
  • 12. Micro conditions for co-production: Values, levels, and satisfaction with co-production in a non-profit welfare organization (Ola Segnestam Larsson, Charlotte Forsberg and Thomas Schneider)
  • 13. Collective co-production in Scandinavian countries: Conclusion and discussion across the book's chapters (Bjarne Ibsen).