Learning from Innovation in Public Sector Environements

akronüüm: LIPSE
algus: 2013-02-01
lõpp: 2016-07-31
 
programm: FP7 - Euroopa Liidu 7. raamprogramm
alaprogramm: SSH - Sotsiaalmajandus- ja humanitaarteadused
instrument: CP-FP - Väikese- ja keskmisemahulised koostööprojektid
projektikonkurss: FP7-SSH-2012-2
projekti number: 320090
kestus kuudes: 42
partnerite arv: 12
 
lühikokkuvõte: The LIPSE project (Learning from Innovation in Public Sector Environments) identifies drivers and barriers to successful social innovation in the public sector. Through studying social innovation and co-creation practices and processes in 11 European countries and 7 policy sectors, LIPSE will create and disseminate essential knowledge about public innovation. The LIPSE consortium consists of leading institutions in 11 European countries. Seven empirical cross-national work packages will collect new insights on five building blocks of social innovation in the public sector: 1. Innovation environments 2. Innovation inputs 3. Innovation tools and processes 4. Innovation outcomes, diffusion and upscaling 5. Feedback loops in innovative systems The project will firstly map institutional environments to study the role of social capital, innovation champions and leadership, using survey research and social network analysis. The project will then look at citizens’ inputs into public innovation processes through participation, complaints and co-creation. This will be achieved by a) analysing secondary administrative datasets from ombudsmen and national audit offices b) case studies in social and welfare services and urban and rural regeneration and c) large scale survey research. It will then examine the use of risk management in innovation processes. A work package on innovation diffusion and adoption will assess what factors contribute to the successful upscaling of ICT-driven social innovations, with a focus on teleworking (as a new way of working) and e-procurement. Finally, the project will develop a comprehensive set of public sector social innovation indicators and explore future trends in social innovation through scenario-mapping with academic and practitioner experts. The dissemination of knowledge will be widespread, using websites, articles, books, road shows and conferences across Europe.
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1 koordinaator ERASMUS UNIVERSITEIT ROTTERDAM NL Victor Bekkers http://www.eur.nl
2 partner THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH UK Stephen Osborne http://www.ed.ac.uk
3 partner KATHOLIEKE UNIVERSITEIT LEUVEN BE Geert Bouckaert http://www.kuleuven.be
4 partner STICHTING KATHOLIEKE UNIVERSITEIT NL Taco Brandsen http://www.ru.nl and www.umcn.nl
5 partner ROSKILDE UNIVERSITET DK Jenny Lewis http://www.ruc.dk
6 partner HERTIE SCHOOL OF GOVERNANCE GGMBH DE Kai Wegrich http://www.hertie-school.org/
7 partner Ecole nationale d'administration FR Christina Mendes http://www.ena.fr
8 partner Tallinna Tehnikaülikool EE Rainer Kattel http://www.ttu.ee
9 partner FUNDACION ESADE ES Tamyko Ysa http://www.esade.edu
10 partner UNIVERSITA COMMERCIALE 'LUIGI BOCCONI'. IT Greta Nasi http://www.unibocconi.it
11 partner NATIONAL SCHOOL OF POLITICAL STUDIES AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION RO Lucica Matei http://www.snspa.ro
12 partner Univerzita Mateja Bela v Banskej Bystrici SK Juraj Nemec http://www.umb.sk