P16 - Partnering and collaboration between stakeholders within and across sectors to achieve policy success: Possible experiences and lessons from Covid19
- Alex Murdock, Professor Emeritus at London South Bank University, UK and Visiting Professor at University of Potsdam, Germany. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jieqiong Wu, PhD Candidate, Department of Politics and Public Administration, University of Konstanz, email@example.com
Panel co-chairs and reviewers
- Dr. Eva Thomann, Full Professor, Department of Politics and Public Administration, University of Konstanz, Germany
- Chiara Civera, Associate Professor, University of Turin, Italy
This panel invites research submissions on collaboration and partnering between stakeholder to achieve policy success. (Bauer et al 2020, Kumar et al 2020, Bauer et al 2020, Bianchi et al 2021). Often this involves complex and ‘wicked’ policy problems, rising citizen expectations, dire fiscal constraints, and the resulting innovation demand.
Questions would include:
1) Varieties of stakeholders working together and contributing to policy success.
2) Ways different actor groups support/oppose a policy affecting collaboration and policy success in practice.
3) Theory development in the light of COVID19 involving partnering and collaboration between stakeholders . viz the impact on supply chains and essential goods and services.
We welcome abstracts which present original research which may derive from analysis of either primary or possibly secondary data. Abstracts which involve comparative research are especially welcome. We also welcome abstracts which develop theory.
- Aday, S. and Aday, M.S., 2020. Impact of COVID-19 on the food supply chain.Food Quality and Safety, 4(4), pp.167-180.
- Bacq, S. and Lumpkin, G.T., 2020. Social entrepreneurship and COVID‐19. Journal of Management Studies.
- Bauer, Z., AbouAssi, K. and Johnston, J., 2020. Cross-sector collaboration formality: the effects of institutions and organizational leaders. Public Management Review, pp.1-23.
- Bianchi, C., Nasi, G. and Rivenbark, W.C., 2021. Implementing collaborative governance: models, experiences, and challenges. Public Management Review, pp.1-9.
- Civera, C., Cortese, D., Mosca, F. and Murdock, A., 2020. Paradoxes and strategies in social enterprises’ dual logics enactment: A csQCA between Italy and the United Kingdom. Journal of Business Research, 115, pp.334-347.
- Eriksson, E., Andersson, T., Hellström, A., Gadolin, C. and Lifvergren, S., 2020. Collaborative public management: coordinated value propositions among public service organizations. Public Management Review, 22(6), pp.791-812.
- Francis, J.R., 2020. COVID-19: Implications for Supply Chain Management.Frontiers of health services management, 37(1), pp.33-38.
- Kumar, S., Pandey, N. and Haldar, A., 2020. Twenty years of Public Management Review (PMR): a bibliometric overview. Public Management Review, 22(12), pp.1876-1896..
- Mook, L., Murdock, A. and Gundersen, C., 2020. Food banking and food insecurity in high-income countries. VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 31(5), pp.833-840.
- Nutbeam, D., 2021. The vital role of meaningful community engagement in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Public Health Research and Practice, 31(1).
- Oberoi, R., Halsall, J.P. and Snowden, M., 2021. Reinventing social entrepreneurship leadership in the COVID-19 era: engaging with the new normal. Entrepreneurship Education, pp.1-20.
- Ratten, V., 2020. Coronavirus (covid-19) and social value co-creation. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy.
- Rowan, N.J. and Laffey, J.G., 2020. Challenges and solutions for addressing critical shortage of supply chain for personal and protective equipment (PPE) arising from Coronavirus disease (COVID19) pandemic–Case study from the Republic of Ireland. Science of the Total Environment, 725, p.138532.
- Weaver, R.L., 2020. The Impact of COVID-19 on the Social Enterprise Sector. Journal of Social Entrepreneurship, pp.1-9.