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Teachers, doctors and social policy professionals at work: challenged by – but not victims of – public management reform
Professionals

Teachers, doctors and social policy professionals at work: challenged by – but not victims of – public management reform

Professionals these days require quite some proverbial juggling skills. As we would say in Dutch: they need to keep many...
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What happens in NISPAcee Prague, doesn’t stay in NISPAcee Prague
Dissemination NISPAcee

What happens in NISPAcee Prague, doesn’t stay in NISPAcee Prague

On 23-25 May 2019, the COGOV Consortium, under the lead of professor Tina Jukic (principal investigator at the University of...
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Co-production and co-creation in Slovenia: Between law and practice
co-creation co-production Slovenia

Co-production and co-creation in Slovenia: Between law and practice

At both, formal and declarative levels, Slovenia can be considered a positive example of a country that promotes co-production and...
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Why did the UK Treasury use a cat to inform citizens about its budget?
Social Media

Why did the UK Treasury use a cat to inform citizens about its budget?

In this blog post, COGOV Research Fellow Dr. Andreja Pegan writes how public organisations can increase engagement on social media.
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