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2.3. Co-production: levels, types and models DEFINITIONS OF CO-PRODUCTION The term “co-production” finds its scholarly origins in the public sector, in the work of Nobel Prize winner Elinor Ostrom (1996) and other economists from the 1970s who studied collaboration between government departments and citizens, showing that effective service delivery was encouraged by collaboration between professional providers and service users, rather […]

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