Edited by Edmund C. Stazyk and H. G. Frederickson
Chapter 20: Collaborative public management: the US perspective
This chapter reviews the major research and theory concerning collaborative public management. Topics include: what is collaboration? Who are the participants? What is the process? How are collaborations structured? What are the sought outcomes? Why might collaboration be used as a public management tool (for both theoretical and practical reasons)? What are the conditions and skills necessary for successful collaboration? What are the challenges of collaboration? What is the future of collaboration in public management?
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