Edited by Jack W. Meek
This insightful Handbook presents readers with a comprehensive range of original research within the field of collaborative public management (CPM), a central area of study and practice in public administration. It explores the most important questions facing collaboration, providing insights into future research directions and new areas of study.
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- Handbook of Collaborative Public Management
- Introduction: collaborative public management as an emergent field
- Chapter 1: Collaboration: what does it really mean?
- Chapter 2: The collaborative governance networks literature: a comprehensive and systematic review
- Chapter 3: Negotiation within collaborative networks
- Chapter 4: Mapping the communities of practice of public administrators
- Chapter 5: The generation and selection of diversity in collaborative processes: an evolutionary view
- Chapter 6: The complexity of integrating sustainability with transportation asset management processes: governance of intergovernmental decision-making on prioritizing transportation infrastructure projects
- Chapter 7: Hybridity and the search for the right mix in governing PPP collaboration
- Chapter 8: Collaborative governance of freshwater
- Chapter 9: Collaborative emergency management: effectiveness of emergency management networks
- Chapter 10: A Key Actors Governance Framework (KAGF) for nature-based solutions to societal challenges
- Chapter 11: Local governments and shared services: insights on institutional mechanisms, partners, and purpose
- Chapter 12: Who will risk interlocal collaboration?
- Chapter 13: Collaboration in public budgeting
- Chapter 14: Democratizing network governance: the role of citizen input
- Chapter 15: From collaborative responsiveness to collaborative empowerment
- Chapter 16: Tribal sovereignty and the limits and potential of inter-governmental collaboration
- Chapter 17: Functional collective action dilemma and collaborative management
- Chapter 18: Collaborative governance of SDGs: a welfare economics view
- Chapter 19: Limitations of collaborative public management in American fiscal federalism
- Chapter 20: Improving the use of science in collaborative governance
- Chapter 21: Collaborating in high-reliability settings
- Chapter 22: Fostering sustainable community outcomes through policy networks: a dynamic performance governance approach
- Chapter 23: Continuous improvement (CI) in collaborative management
- Chapter 24: Implementation in collaboration governance
- Chapter 25: The social embedding of generic governance instruments
- Chapter 26: Collaborative governance under stress: limits, failure, renewal
- Epilogue: the significance of collaborative public management
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