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Working Across Boundaries
Collaboration in Public Services
Collaboration between governments, business, the voluntary and community sectors is now central to the way public policy is made, managed and delivered. This book provides the first comprehensive and authoritative account of the theory, policy and practice of collaboration. Written by two leading authorities in the field the book explores the experience of collaboration in regeneration, health and other policy sectors, and assesses the consequences of the emergence of public-private partnerships contrasting the UK experience to that elsewhere in the world.
The Collaborative Agenda
Collaboration and the State
Collaboration on Cross-Cutting Issues
Collaboration Across Sectors
Building Capacity for Collaboration
The Dynamics of Collaboration
The Governance of Collaboration
Citizens and Collaboration
Collaboration and Modernisation
Notes on Sources and Research Methods
Number and Value of Multi-Agency Partnerships, 2001/2002
HELEN SULLIVAN is Research Director, Urban Governance, Cities Research Centre, University of the West Of England.
CHRIS SKELCHER is Professor of Local Government Studies, University of Birmingham.
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