Bibliography - Coproduction learning community

Introduction to coproduction

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Ethical dimensions of co-production and co-design

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Methods of co-design

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Measurement in co-design and coproduction

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Translating reseach into improvement projects

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Scaling coproduction as an organizational capability

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Countering resistance to change

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