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A Systematic Review of Co-Creation and Co-Production: Embarking on the social innovation journey

A Systematic Review of Co-Creation and Co-Production: Embarking on the social innovation journey AbstractThis article presents a systematic review of 122 articles and books (1987–2013) of co-creation/co-production with citizens in public innovation. It analyses (a) the objectives of co-creation and co-production, (b) its influential factors and (c) the outcomes of co-creation and co-production processes. It shows that most studies focus on the identification of influential factors, while hardly any attention is paid to the outcomes. Future studies could focus on outcomes of co-creation/co-production processes. Furthermore, more quantitative studies are welcome, given the qualitative, case study, dominance in the field. We conclude with a research agenda to tackle methodological, theoretical and empirical lacunas. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Public Management Review Taylor & Francis

A Systematic Review of Co-Creation and Co-Production: Embarking on the social innovation journey

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Publisher
Taylor & Francis
Copyright
© 2014 Taylor & Francis
ISSN
1471-9045
eISSN
1471-9037
DOI
10.1080/14719037.2014.930505
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Abstract

AbstractThis article presents a systematic review of 122 articles and books (1987–2013) of co-creation/co-production with citizens in public innovation. It analyses (a) the objectives of co-creation and co-production, (b) its influential factors and (c) the outcomes of co-creation and co-production processes. It shows that most studies focus on the identification of influential factors, while hardly any attention is paid to the outcomes. Future studies could focus on outcomes of co-creation/co-production processes. Furthermore, more quantitative studies are welcome, given the qualitative, case study, dominance in the field. We conclude with a research agenda to tackle methodological, theoretical and empirical lacunas.

Journal

Public Management ReviewTaylor & Francis

Published: Oct 21, 2015

Keywords: Co-creation; co-production; public-sector innovation; social innovation; systematic review

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