Publications in the spotlight


Verhoest, K., Hammerschmid, G., Rykkja, L. H., & Klijn, E. H. (Eds.). (2024). Collaborating for Digital Transformation: How Internal and External Collaboration Can Contribute to Innovate Public Service Delivery. Edward Elgar Publishing.
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Verhoest, K., Callens, C., Klijn, E. H., Brogaard, L., García‐Rayado, J., & Nõmmik, S. (2023). Designing cross‐sector collaboration to foster technological innovation: Empirical insights from eHealth partnerships in five countries. Public Administration Review.
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Other recent publications


Information, politicization, and reputation : assessing interest groups' agenda-setting influence in the EU

Source
European political science review - ISSN 1755-7739- (2024) p. 1-18

Collaborating for digital transformation : how internal and external collaboration can contribute to innovate public service delivery

Source
Cheltenham, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2024,290 p.
Author(s)
    Koen Verhoest, Gerhard Hammerschmid, Lise H. Rykkja, Erik H. Klijn

Collaboration for digital transformation : so much more than just technology

Source
Collaborating for digital transformation : how internal and external collaboration can contribute to innovate public service delivery / Verhoest, K. [edit.]; et al.-p. 241-267
Author(s)
    Koen Verhoest, Erik Hans Klijn, Lise H. Rykkja, Gerhard Hammerschmid

It is all about interaction : network structure, actor importance, and the relation to innovative outcomes

Source
Collaborating for digital transformation : how internal and external collaboration can contribute to innovate public service delivery / Verhoest, K. [edit.]; et al.-p. 218-239

The link above only lists the publications that were published after the merger in October 2018. To get a more complete overview and list of publications before and after 2018, please click on the following link. This bibliography consist of the previous research groups PA&M and CED as well as the new group PPG. However, it does not include the work of Peter Bursens who also joined our research group.