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The Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Practices as a Part of Living Lab Co-Creation: The Case of Public Institutions in South Korea, by Sangbum Shin and Xinyu Li, both of Department of International Relations, Yonsei University, South Korea. (2023-12-28)

Collaborative Policy Innovation Despite Competition: A study of diffusion of health innovations across Dutch hospitals, by AFSD Frankowski, Department of Public Law and Governance, Tilburg University, Tilburg and Netherlands School of Public Administration, The Hague, The Netherlands. (2023-12-28)

Coordination in Public Sector Innovation Projects for the Establishment of Synergy, by Tom Langbroek, Research Group on Politics and Public Governance, Department of Political Science, University of Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium. (2023-07-17)

L’université en commun: le ré-enchantement du monde académique, par Jonathan Durand Folco et Philippe Dufort, l’université Saint Paul University, Ottawa, Canada. (2023-07-17)

Necessary but not sufficient: Learning and public innovation in four Belgian collaborative networks, by Justine Dehon, Sarah Verriest, Nadège Carlier, David Aubin and Stéphane Moyson, all of Institut de Sciences Politiques Louvain Europe (ISPOLE), Université catholique de Louvain (UCLouvain), Belgium. (2023-07-17)

Reforming the Public Service System in Kazakhstan: Three Innovative Solutions and Priorities, Baurzhan Bokayev and Aigerim Amirova, both of the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Astana, Kazakhstan. (2023-07-17)

Building Innovative Capacity of Public Servants: The Case of Kazakhstan, by Baurzhan Bokayev, Aigerim Amirova and Aigul Kosherbayeva, all of the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Astana, Kazakhstan. (2023-07-17)

An Innovative Approach to the Development of Local Self-Government in Kazakhstan: Decentralization of the Budget System, by Rymkul Ismailova, Yerkin Dussipov, Aigul Kalymbetova, Yerlan Bokayev and Aliya Aitkozhina, all of the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Astana, Kazakhstan. (2023-07-17)

Establishing a First Demography (Implementation, Fate) of 183 Public Innovations and Comparison of Policy and Administrative Innovation Demography to Normal Policy and Organization Demography, by Eleanor D. Glor (02/28/2023)

Antecedents of Implementation and Fate of a Public Innovation Population of 183 Government of Saskatchewan Innovations, 1971-2021, by Eleanor D. Glor (02/28/2023)

Comparison of Major Grouped Antecedents of Public Policy Innovation Implementation Identified in a Systematic Literature Review to a Public 183-Innovation Population, by Eleanor D. Glor (02/28/2023)

Database: Government of Saskatchewan Innovations Implemented 1971-82, Fate 1971-2021, Analyzed by Ten Factors, by Eleanor D. Glor (02/28/2023)

Remote Work as an Innovative Approach in the Public Administration System of the Republic of Kazakhstan, by Samat Ibrayev, Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Astana, Kazakhstan. (12/7/2022)

Innovative Approaches in the Quality Assurance System in the Context of Expanding the Academic Autonomy of Kazakhstan Universities, by Baurzhan Bokayev, Shynar Suleimenova, both of Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan; Aigul Yessentemirova, (ARQA) Independent agency for recognition and quality assurance in education, Astana, Kazakhstan; Nauzhan Didarbekova, National Testing Center of Ministry of Science and Higher Education, all of Astana, Kazakhstan. (12/3/2022)

Special Economic Zones as an Innovative Tool of Public Administration in Regional Development: The Case of Kazakhstan, by Aman Konysbek, Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Astana, Kazakhstan. (12/3/2022)

The Innovative Role of Ethics Commissioners in Kazakhstani Public Service Development, by Botagoz Buralkiyeva, Raushan Dulambayeva, Arman Abdanbekov, Serik Jumabayev and Ainur Karsembayeva, all of Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Astana, Kazakhstan. (12/7/2022)

Effective communication strategy to mitigate citizen complaints: case from Kazakhstan, by Baurzhan Bokayev, Zhadra Zhanzhigitova and Kuralay Sadykova, Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Astana, Kazakhstan. (12/3/2022)

Innovative Tools of Sports Infrastructure Management: Overview of International Experience, by Yelena Tyo, Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Astana, Kazakhstan. (12/3/2022)

Public Service Efficiency: An Innovative Method for Assessing Public Sector Reputation, by Saltanat Ayubayeva, Ane Tynyshbayeva and Larissa Kussainova, all of Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Astana, Kazakhstan. (12/7/2022)

Innovating Public Service in Kazakhstan: Improving Citizen Orientation in the Delivery of Public Services, by Abilzhan Galy and Ane Tynyshbayeva, both of Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Astana, Kazakhstan. (12/3/2022)

The Voice of Social and Mass Media in Transforming Political Appointees’ Reputations: Cases from Kazakhstan, by Baurzhan Bokayev, Madina Nauryzbek and Assel Balmanova, All of Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan. (10/17/2022)

Is information openness important for innovation infrastructure? Research of technoparks in Moscow, by Kirill Tyurchev, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia and Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic. (10/17/2022)

Pragmatism-based Co-Inquiry in Public Service Innovation, by Rasmus Pedanik, Marko Uibu, All of Estonian Social Innovation Lab, Tartu, Estonia. (05/31/2022)

Innovative Strategies of Development of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses in Kazakhstan: Examining State Policy during COVID-19, by Baurzhan Bokayev and Aiganym Issenova, (05/31/2022)

A qualitative study of user experiences from the implementation of new technology in healthcare services, Norway, by Kari Bjerke Batt-Rawden, Evastina Bjørk and Dag Waaler, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and Department of Health Sciences, Gjøvik and Victoria H. Batt-Rawden, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, all of Norway. (12/14/2021)

No Master of Puppets: Leading Civil Servants in Collaborative Innovation, by Charlotte Van Dijck and Trui Steen, both of Public Governance Institute, KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium. (12/14/2021)

Conclusion: Important Antecedents of Public Sector Innovation – VI, by Eleanor D. Glor (09/09/2021)

A Comparison of Antecedents of Different Types of Innovation – V, by Eleanor D. Glor (09/09/2021)

Comparisons of Antecedents of Trailblazing/Adoption and Quantitative/Qualitative Studies of Public Policy Innovation Identified in a Systematic Literature Review – IV, by Eleanor D. Glor (09/09/2021)

A Nomenclature and Classification System for Antecedents of Public Policy Innovation Trailblazing and Adoption Derived from a Systematic Literature Review – III, by Eleanor D. Glor (09/09/2021)

Analysis of Antecedents of Trailblazing and Adoption of Public Policy Innovation Identified by a Systematic Literature Review– II, Glossary, by Eleanor D. Glor (09/09/2021)

Can the PRISMA Protocol be Used to Guide a Systematic Literature Review of Antecedents of Policy Innovation Trailblazing and Adoption? – I, by Eleanor D. Glor (09/09/2021)

Introduction, by Regina Lenart-Gansiniec, Institute of Public Affairs, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland. (09/09/2021)

Creating Value in Public Services: The Struggle between Private and Public Interests? by Siv Magnussen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Gjøvik and Rolf Ronning (04/30/2021)

Transforming E-government in Kazakhstan: A Citizen-Centric Approach, by Baurzhan Bokayev, Zhuldyz Davletbayeva, Aigerim Amirova and Zhanar Rysbekova (04/30/2021)

The Role of Universities in the Development of Public Sector Innovations, by Sergei Polbitsyn (04/30/2021)

Mixed responses: Councillors’ attitudes towards citizens’ participation, by Katarzyna Radzik-Maruszak and Arto Haveri (12/12/2020)

Living Labs as an Innovation Tool for Public Value Creation: Possibilities and Pitfalls, by Anne Vorre Hansen, and Lars Fuglsang (12/12/2020)

Design matters: Tensions between democratic quality and productive collaboration, Elizabeth Toft Kristjansen (12/12/2020)

Innovating local representative democracy: How citizens evaluate new roles of elected and non-elected representatives, by Bas Denters, Hans Vollaard & Hester van de Bovenkamp (12/12/2020)

Councillors’ attitudes to citizen participation in policymaking as a driver of, and barrier to, democratic innovation, by Mette Sønderskov (12/12/2020)

The role of soft skills to leverage co-creation in living labs: insights from Spain, by David Gago and Luis Rubalcaba (9/16/2020)

Sous les Pavés, l’Université : Renouer avec l’Innovation Collective pour Repenser nos Pratiques, par Philippe Dufort et Anahi Morales Hudon (9/16/2020)

A Qualitative Study of Innovation Processes between Public and Private Actors regarding follow-up Procedures for Patients after Treatment and Rehabilitation in the Health Sector, Norway, by Kari Bjerke Batt-Rawden and Victoria H. Batt-Rawden (9/16/2020)

Introduction: A Public Innovation Perspective on Change in Local Democracy, by Eva Sørensen and Signy Irene Vabo (3/7/2020)

Administrators as Drivers of Democratic Innovations, by Asbjørn Røiseland, Nord University and Signy Irene Vabo (3/7/2020)

Understanding Participatory Innovations: A Multiple Streams Account of the Creation of Parents’ Councils in Swiss Schools, by Patricia Buser and Daniel Kübler (3/7/2020)

Strengthening Public Service Production, Administrative Problem Solving and Political Leadership through Co-creation of Innovative Public Value Outcomes? by Tina Øllgaard Bentzen, Eva Sørensen and Jacob Torfing (3/7/2020)

Democratic Innovations in Dutch Local Government: Experimentation in Search of Strategy, by Harmen Binnema, Ank Michels and Paul `t Hart, all of Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands and Lieske van der Torre (3/7/2020)

Towards an Integrative Framework of Innovation Capacity, by Owen Boukamel, Yves Emery (12/20/2019)

Factors and Factor Clusters Most Influential in Introduction and Global Fate of Innovations and their Organizations – IV, by Eleanor D. Glor (07/28/2019)

Le management des forces structurelles : Le rôle de l’environnement public pour le producteur-entrepreneur innovateur, par Nathalie Lachapelle (12/18/2018)

Factors (Antecedents) Influencing Creation and Fate of Innovations and their Organizations – III, by Eleanor D. Glor (10/04/2018)

The Conservation Authorities of Ontario, Canada as a Social Innovation: Applying the Vision as Social Construction Model, by Daniel D. P. McCarthy, Graham S. Whitelaw, Alexandrina Shannon, Erin Alexiuk, Ryan Ness, Meaghan Eastwood, Bruce Mitchell, Michelle-Lee Moore and Frances Westley (06/16/2018)

Studying Factors Affecting Creation and Fate of Innovations and their Organizations – II: Verification of Raters and the Instrument, by Eleanor D. Glor (01/04/2017)

Ambiguous Accountability in Municipal Innovation, by Toril Ringholm (01/04/2017)

Studying Factors Affecting Creation and Fate of Innovations and their Organizations – I: A New Instrument Appendix I Appendix II Appendix III Appendix IV, by Eleanor D. Glor (09/04/2017)

Evolution of organizational ambidexterity in the public sector and current challenges of innovation capabilities, by Owen Boukamel and Yves Emery (09/04/2017)

Impact of Innovation Initiatives in a Federal Government Agency: Measuring and Understanding the Influence of Culture and Employee Attitudes, by Richard Aragon, Julie A. Schneider, William Yang, Jacob Basson, Andrew Burton, Read Holman, and Gregory J. Downing (04/04/2017)

What Happens to Innovations and Their Organizations? by Eleanor D. Glor and Garry Ewart (12/23/2016)

Public Innovation Policy and Other Determinants of Innovativeness in Poland, by Elżbieta Wojnicka-Sycz and Piotr Sycz (12/23/2016)

The potential for collaborative innovation between public services and volunteers in the long-term care sector, by Nina Beate Andfossen (12/23/2016)

Assessing the Relationship between Innovation and Survival in Organizations: An Empirical Review, Research Synthesis, and Analytical Case Study, by Eleanor D. Glor, and Mario Rivera (09/30/2016)

How to metagovern collaborative networks for the promotion of policy innovations in a dualistic federal system? by Vidar Stevens and Prof. dr. Koen Verhoest (09/30/2016)

Conceptualizing public innovative capacity, A framework for assessment, by Hanneke Gieske, Arwin van Buuren and Victor Bekkers (04/05/2016)

Financial Innovation in Local Governments as a Response to the Deterioration of their Risk Profile and Legislative Changes: The case of Poland, by Krzysztof Kluza (04/05/2016)

Board Governance in the Nonprofit Sector: Role-Performance Relationships of Directors, by Vince Bruni-Bossio and Donald C. Story (04/05/2016)

Negotiating collaborative governance designs: a discursive approach, by Mie Plotnikof (12/27/2015)

Implementing Strategic Communications Planning in a Large Federal Agency, by Mark Weber, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Thomas E. Backer, California State University Northridge, Kristann Orton, Gloria Barnes, Will Jenkins, Carol Crecy (12/27/2015)

Public Private Innovation in healthcare: ‘Not invented here’ vs. commercialization of welfare innovations, by Helle Aarøe Nissen (12/27/2015)

Serving Seniors: Innovation and Public Sector Service Delivery, by Kenneth Kernaghan (8/20/2015)

Creating value in networks: A method for assessing the current and potential value networks in cross-sector collaboration, by Daniela Grudinschi, Jukka Hallikas, Leena Kaljunen, Antti Puustinen and Sanna Sintonen (8/20/2015)

Reflections on Participatory Budgeting in New York City, by Marco Castillo (8/20/2015)

Key competencies for promoting service innovation: any implications for the health sector? by Temidayo O. Akenroye and Christoph W. Kuenne (4/18/2015)

L’appropriation des innovations managériales par les établissements de santé. À propos du rôle des agences régionales, L’exemple de l’utilisation des données de performance, par Nassera Touati, et Brigitte Brabant (4/18/2015)

How New Governance Shapes Changes in the Long-Term Care Sector in Ontario, Canada, by Poland Lai (4/18/2015)

Innovation through Public-Private Partnerships in the Greek Healthcare Sector: How is it achieved and what is the current situation in Greece?, by Konstantinos Biginas and Stavros Sindakis (4/18/2015)

Systemic Innovation Model Translated into Public Sector Innovation Practice, by Juha Koivisto, Pasi Pohjola and Niina Pitkänen (4/18/2015)

Studying the Impact of Innovation on Organizations, Organizational Populations and Organizational Communities: A Framework for Research, by Eleanor D. Glor (3/12/2014)

Collaborative policy innovation: Problems and potential, by Eva Sorensen, and Susanne Boch Waldorff, Denmark (3/12/2014)

An Integrated Planning, Learning and Innovation System in the Decentralized Public Sector, by Roar Amdam, Volda University College, Volda, Norway (3/12/2014)

Innovative Policymaking Resulting from Political Pressure from Three Non-Governmental Organizations: An Israeli Case Study, by Yaffa Moskovich, Department of Management, Zefat Academic College, Zefat, Israel and Adi Binhas, Beit Beril Academic College, Kfar Saba, Israel (3/12/2014)

Public Sector Innovation Theory Revisited, by Iain Gow, Emeritus Professor, Political Science, l’Université de Montréal, Canada (11/11/2014)

Idées, intérêts, institutions, temps et innovations politiques en Afrique, par Landry Signé, University of Alaska Anchorage, USA (11/11/2014)

Social Capital and Local Governance Regimes: Early Childhood Development Roundtables in British Columbia, by Tammy Findlay (7/5/2014)

Workplace Democracy: From a Democratic Ideal to a Managerial Tool and Back, by Markus Pausch, and Paris Londron (7/5/2014)

Democracy Innovation and Public Authorities: Learning from the Danish Ministry of Taxation, by Helle Vibeke Carstensen, Denmark and Luise Li Langergaard (7/5/2014)

La mise en œuvre des mesures agroenvironnementales territorialisées en France: un élargissement de la démocratie? L’exemple des régions Centre et Languedoc-Roussillon, par Maude Benoit, et Caroline Patsias (7/5/2014)

Public Colleges and Democracy, by Linda Muzzin, and Diane Meaghan (7/5/2014)

Consulting No One: Is Democratic Administration the Answer for First Nations?, by Mai Nguyen (7/5/2014)

Ethics and Leadership in Times of Austerity: Ontario’s Courts and “Justice on Target”, by Ian Greene (7/5/2014)

Do innovative organisations survive longer than non-innovative organisations?, Initial evidence from an empirical study of normal organizations, by Eleanor D. Glor (20/12/2013)

The relationships between innovation and human and psychological capital in organizations: A review, by Riccardo Sartori, Giuseppe Favretto, and Andrea Ceschi (20/12/2013)

Integrated and Open Systems Model: An Innovative Approach to Tax Administration Performance Management, by Muzainah Mansor and Mahamad Tayib (20/12/2013)

Les brevets sur les inventions biotechnologiques végétales: un moyen d’appropriation des ressources phytogénétiques?, par Rose-Marie Borges (20/12/2013)

Interorganizational Innovation in Systemic Networks: TELEKAT Findings, by Janne Seemann, Birthe Dinesen and Jeppe Gustafsson (20/12/2013)

Genuine partnership and equitable research: working “with” older people for the development of a smart activity monitoring system, by Alessandro Pratesi, Judith Sixsmith, and Ryan Woolrych (20/12/2013)

Co-innovation in Public Services: Planning or Experimenting with Users?, by Katri Kallio, Inka Lappalainen, and Karo Tammela (20/12/2013)

L’action intersectorielle en santé publique ou lorsque les institutions, les intérêts et les idées entrent en jeu, par Carole Clavier, et France Gagnon (12/09/2013)

La revitalisation urbaine intégrée à Montréal, L’intersectorialité dans l’action collective locale, par Gérard Divay et Youssef Slimani (12/09/2013)

Les cégeps et le monde de l’innovation: Au carrefour des dynamiques régionales et sectorielles?, par Reda Bensouda, Guy Chiasson, Mohamed Lamine Doumbouya, Cégep de l’Outaouais; et Aziza Outghate 12/09/2013)

La loi et l’action intersectorielle de l’administration publique territorialisée au Québec, par Marie-Claude Prémont (12/09/2013)

Le défi de la coordination et de l’innovation dans les collaborations intersectorielles, Le cas des services-conseils agricoles au Québec, par Serge Belley et Marie-Ève Gaboury-Bonhomme (12/09/2013)

Management Challenges in Cross-Sector Collaboration, Elderly Care Case Study, par Daniela Grudinschi, LLeena Kaljunen, Timo Hokkanen, Jukka Hallikas, Sanna Sintonen and Antti Puustinen (12/09/2013)

Critical Success Factors for Joint Innovation, Experiences from a New Zealand Innovation Platform, par Erich Buerkler (12/09/2013)

The Challenge of Good Governance, by Michiel de Vries (24/03/2013)

Protecting the Internet from Dictators: Technical and Policy Solutions to Ensure Online Freedoms, by Warigia Bowman, and L. Jean Camp (24/04/2013)

The Middle East and Learning from BRIC, by Alexander Dawoody (24/04/2013)

The Middle East in Suspended Animation: Defective Complex Adaptive Systems, by Samir Rihani (24/04/2013)

Between Reform and Reaction: The Syrian and Moroccan Response to the Arab Spring, by Jack Kalpakian (24/04/2013)

Morocco’s Dance with Democracy: An Evolutionary Approach to Democratic Reform, by Aziza Zemrani and Cynthia Lynch, (24/04/2013)

Turkey’s Changing Foreign Policy and the Arab Spring, by Fahrettin Sümer (24/03/2013)

Solving Problems Informally: The Influence of Israel’s Political Culture on the Public Policy Process, by Nissim Cohen (24/03/2013)

International Funding to Palestinian NGOs and its Impact on Social Capital and the West Bank, by Mohammad Awad (24/03/2013)

The Process of Fitting-In: Generational Differences in Self-Esteem among First, 1.5, and Second Generation Egyptians in the US, by Suzi Millar, & Shamshad Ahmed (24/03/2013)

The Rise of Islamic Schools in the United States, by Kathryn Clauss, Shamshad Ahmed, and Mary Salvaterra (24/04/2013)

Qui sont les auteurs de la performance collective locale? Pour une mise en perspective de la performance publique, par Gérard Divay (24/12/2012)

Criteria for Developing Mediated Urban Nervous Systems: A Complex Adaptive Systems Perspective, by Mary Ann Allison (24/12/2012)

Computer-mediated communication in ALICE RAP: A methodology to enhance the quality of large-scale transdisciplinary research, by Maurice B. Mittelmark, Michaela Bitarello Do Amaral-Sabadini, Peter Anderson, Antoni Gual, Fleur Braddick, Silvia Matrai, Tamyko Ysa (24/12/2012)

Lending Dynamism to Innovative Capacity in the Periphery of Europe, by Sotiris Zygiaris, Aristotle University (24/12/2012)

Innovation in Higher Education: How public universities demonstrate innovative course delivery options, by Stephen K. Callaway (1/07/2012)

How Public Funding and Firms’ Innovation Strategies Affect the Innovation of the Spanish Hotel Industry, by Manuel Guisado-González, Manuel Guisado-Tato and Mercedes Vila-Alonso (1/07/2012)

Factors Influencing Innovation in Healthcare: A conceptual synthesis, by Temidayo Akenroye (1/07/2012)

Micro-dynamic Disturbances in the Government Workforce as a Cause of Organizational Poor Performance, by Chiang H. Ren (1/07/2012)

PART: An Attempt in Federal Performance-based Budgeting, by Tiankai Wang and Sue Biedermann (1/07/2012)

Strategic and everyday innovative narratives: Translating ideas into everyday life in organizations, by Anne Reff Pedersen and Mette Brehm Johansen (12/03/2012)

Public policy, intermediaries and innovation system performance: A comparative analysis of Quebec and Ontario, by Angelo Dossou-Yovo, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi and Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay (12/03/2012)

Powering collaborative policy innovation: Can innovation labs help? by Helle Vibeke Carstensen & Christian Bason (12/03/2012)

Producing synergy in collaborations: A successful hospital case study, by Lise Corwin, J. Hope Corbin and Maurice B. Mittelmark (12/03/2012)

Drivers and barriers of public innovation in crime prevention, by Peter Aagaard (12/03/2012)

Stewards, mediators, and catalysts: Toward a model of collaborative leadership, by Christopher Ansell, University of California, and Alison Gash (12/03/2012)

Barriers to credible innovations: Collaborative regional governance in the Netherlands, by Tamara Metze, Tilburg University, and Melika Levelt (12/03/2012)

Measuring the accountability of collaborative innovation, by Eva Sørensen (12/03/2012)

The survival of Malaysia’s national television within a changing mediascape, by Fuziah Kartini Hassan Basri, Abdul Latiff Ahmad, Emma Mirza Wati Mohamad, Arina Anis Azlan, and Hasrul Hashim (31/12/2011)

The Contention between Government and NGOs in Selected Malaysian Chinese Daily Newspapers through the Eyes of Framing, by Chang Peng Kee, Faridah Ibrahim, Fuziah Kartini Hassan Basri, and Kho Suet Nie (31/12/2011)

Journalists and News Sources, Implications of Professionalism in War Reporting, by Faridah Ibrahim, Latiffah Pawanteh, Chang Peng Kee, Fuziah Kartini Hassan Basri, Badrul Redzuan Abu Hassan, and Wan Amizah Wan Mahmud (31/12/2011)

Government to citizen, Advocacy of government on-line systems and its acceptance among citizens, by Maizatul Haizan Mahbob, Mohammed Zin Nordin, Ali Salman, Wan Idros Wan Sulaiman, and Mohd. Yusof Hj.Abdullah (31/12/2011)

Images and issues of Superpowers, An analysis of international news coverage by the government-owned news agency, Bernama via four national dailies, by Faridah Ibrahim, Normah Mustaffa, Chang Peng Kee, and Fauziah Ahmad (31/12/2011)

The Impact of New Media on Traditional Mainstream Mass Media, by Ali Salman, Faridah Ibrahim, Mohd Yusof Hj.Abdullah, Normah Mustaffa, & Maizatul Haizan Mahbob (31/12/2011)

Diffusion of innovations, The Adoption of Facebook among Youth in Malaysia, by Normah Mustaffa, Faridah Ibrahim, Wan Amizah Wan Mahmud, Fauziah Ahmad, Chang Peng Kee, and Maizatul Haizan Mahbob (31/12/2011)

Confronting Environmental Risk via Communication, by Fauziah Ahmad, Normah Mustaffa, Samsudin A. Rahim, Fuziah Kartini Hassan Basri, Abdul Latiff Ahmad, and Jamaluddin Aziz (31/12/2011)

Malaysian Film Censorship Board (LPF) in the Globalization Era, Towards Transformation and Innovation, by Wan Amizah Wan Mahmud, Faridah Ibrahim, Normah Mustaffa, and Fuziah Kartini Hassan Basri (31/12/2011)

Digital Inclusion: The Way Forward for Equality in Multiethnic Society, by Samsudin A. Rahim, Latiffah Pawanteh, and Ali Salman (31/12/2011)

Regulating Blogs in Malaysia, by Abdul Latiff Ahmad, Emma Mirza Wati Mohamad, Badrul Redzuan Abu Hassan, Latiffah Pawanteh, Fauziah Ahmad, and Jamaluddin Aziz (31/12/2011)

Strategies to improve health communications for breastfeeding, Examining the Relationship between Media Producers and News Sources in Malaysia, by Emma Mirza Wati Mohamad (31/12/2011)

L’innovation sans lendemain : les difficultés de l’institutionnalisation du changement, par Olivier Gbênamblo Sossa, Nicole Leduc, et François Champagne (25/08/2011)

What Cannot Be Counted: Ethics, Innovation and Evaluation in the Delivery of Public Services, by Jessica Word, Christopher Stream, and Kimberly Lukasiak (25/08/2011)

Total innovation – Towards a localised, comprehensive EU innovation policy, by John A Dodd, Jan Franke, Rory Moody (25/08/2011)

Strategies to Improve Client Service: Exemplars in the Canadian Federal Government, by Karen Somerville, Hamline and Catherine Elliott, (25/08/2011)

Examining local commissioning accreditation schemes for the voluntary and community sector in the UK: A view from the field, by Dr Rod Dacombe, and Kim Donahue (25/08/2011)

Information Integration to Support Model-Based Policy Informatics, by Christopher L. Barrett, Stephen Eubank, Achla Marathe, Madhav V. Marathe, Zhengzheng Pan, and Samarth Swarup (25/02/2011)

Utilizing computer simulation models to manage complex governance networks, by Chris Koliba, Asim Zia, and Brian H. Y. Lee (25/02/2011)

A practical approach to the complex problem of environmental sustainability, The UVa Bay Game, by Gerard P. Learmonth Sr., David E. Smith, William Sherman, Mark A. White, Jeffrey Plank 25/02/2011)

Platform Governance as a Framework to Support Informatics, by Aaron Wachhaus (25/02/2011)

Inherent barriers to the use of social media for public policy informatics, by Cliff Lampe, Robert LaRose, Charles Steinfield, and Kurt DeMaagd (25/02/2011)

Towards evidence-driven policy design, Complex adaptive systems and computational modeling, by Kevin C. Desouza and Yuan Lin (25/02/2011)

A challenge to the ownership society, Does homeownership alone improve relative neighborhood quality? by Roy L. Heidelberg, and Adam Eckerd (25/02/2011)

The Global Participant-Observer, Emergence, Challenges and Opportunities, by Alexander Dawoody (25/02/2011)

Ethics of Innovation for Public Service Professionals, by Gerald Andrews Emison (28/12/2010)

Enhancing Public Sector Innovation, Examining the network-innovation relationship, by Travis Bland, Boris Bruk, Dongshin Kim, and Kimberly Taylor Lee (28/12/2010)

When Agents Become Principals, The Possible Perversion of the Incentive Based Compensation in the Norwegian Academia, by Jarle Aarstad, Bergen (28/12/2010)

Recherche partenariale en économie sociale, analyse d’une expérience novatrice de coproduction des connaissances, par Jean-Marc Fontan (28/12/2010)

Making a Difference: Strategies for Scaling Social Innovation for Greater Impact, by Frances Westley and Nino Antadze (08/31/2010)

The Ethics of Pedagogical Innovation in Diversity and Cultural Competency Education, by Mario Rivera, Richard Greggory Johnson III (08/31/2010)

Creative Commons, Towards the Non-Proprietary Innovation Triangles for Pro-Poor Innovation in Rural and Agricultural Development Partnerships, by Laxmi Prasad Pant and Helen Hambly Odame (08/31/2010)

Ethics Codes and their Administration, A Particularly Illustrative Case Study and a Call for Collaboration, by Manfred F. Meine and Thomas P. Dunn (08/31/2010)

Applications for official support – an innovative way to promote grassroots initiatives, by Miklós Antal (08/31/2010)

Linking Innovation Process to the Provisioning of Public Goods: the Case of Neglected Diseases, by Shishir K. Jha, Mukundan R. and Karuna Jain (08/31/2010)

IntegratedEthics: An Innovative Program to Improve Ethics Quality in Healthcare, by Ellen Fox, MD (08/31/2010)

Some forecasts of the diffusion of e-assessment using a model, by Andrew Boyle (03/10/2010)

Innovation in Healthcare Delivery Systems: A Conceptual Framework, by Vincent K. Omachonu and Norman G. Einspruch (03/10/2010)

Workforce Management Innovations in Transportation Agencies, Overcoming Obstacles to Public Sector Innovation, by Edmund J. Zolnik and Ryan Sutter (03/10/2010)

Decolonizing pedagogy in the American Classroom, by Lucia Buttaro (03/10/2010)

ICT, the New Media (Inteternet) and Development: Malaysian Experience, by Ali Salman (03/10/2010)

When the Cure is the Cause: the Turnover and Absenteeism Problems, by Merrelyn Emery (03/10/2010)

Forced Governance Innovations for Managing the Economic, Financial and Auto Crashes, by Van R. Johnston (03/10/2010)

La réalité des femmes sur les conseils d’administration suite À l’adoption de la loi Québécoise sur la gouvernance des sociétés d’État, Obstacles et accès, par Sophie Brière et Natalie Rinfret, École nationale d’administration publique (ENAP) (04/10/2010)

Apports essentiels du management de la qualité au renouveau du modèle bureaucratique, par Yves Emery (12/17/2009)

Qualité des services locaux et citoyenneté locale de qualité, par Gérard Divay (12/17/2009)

La gestion de la qualité du point de vue des pratiques sociales, par Martin Goyette, Christian Jetté (12/17/2009)

La qualité en éducation, par Lise Corriveau, Martin Boyer et Nicolas Fernandez (12/17/2009)

L’amélioration de la qualité des services publics et ses leviers technologiques dans un contexte de gouvernement électronique, par Christian Boudreau (12/17/2009)

Les paradoxes des démarches qualité dans les hôpitaux publics, par Daniel Lozeau (12/17/2009)

La participation des usagers à la gestion de la qualité des CSSS, par Marie-Pascale Pomey (12/17/2009)

Technological Cooperation, by Nieves Arranz, Spain (05/10/2009)

Information Asymmetry and the Contracting Out Process, by Francis Amagoh, Kazakhstan (05/10/2009)

Introduction: Leadership for Wicked Problems, by Richard H. Beinecke, USA (25/02/2009)

The Practice of Collective Leadership in the Public Sector, by Lilly LeMay, Canada (25/02/2009)

Leadership and Organizational Strategy, by Matthew R. Fairholm, USA (25/02/2009)

Getting to Integration: Command and Control or Emergent Process, by Steve Lurie, Canada (25/02/2009)

Daring Decisions and Representative Municipal Democracy, An Exploration within the New River Management in the Netherlands, by Peter Scholten, The Netherlands (25/02/2009)

The Evaluation of a Local Whole Systems Intervention for Improved Team Working and Leadership in Mental Health Services, by Steve Onyett, Anne Rees, Carol Borrill, David Shapiro & Sarahjoy Boldison, UK (25/02/2009)

“The Last Mile of the Market”, How Network Technologies, Architectures of Participation and Peer Production Transform the Design of Work and Labour”, by John Verdon (20/12/2008)

“Perspectives on Organizational Change”, Systems and Complexity Theories”, by Francis Amagoh (20/12/2008)

“Overcoming Failure of Imagination in Crisis Management”, The Complex Adaptive System”, by Michael Bolton & Greg Stolcis (20/12/2008)

“Toward a Micro-Enactment Theory of Leadership and the Emergence of Innovation”, by Joyce Silberstang & Jim Hazy (20/12/2008)

“Toward Development of a Substantive Theory of Public Sector Organizational Innovation”, by Eleanor Glor (20/12/2008)

Between Implementation and Outcomes, Growth Matters”, Grounding an Agent-Based Modeling Approach for Understanding Collaboration Process Management, by Erik Johnston, Ning Nan, Wei Zhong, & Darrin Hicks (20/12/2008)

“The Role of Complexity Dynamics in the Innovation Process within the new Primary-Care Governance Model in Portugal”, by Luís Velez Lapão (20/12/2008)

“Modern Information Literacy Innovates Library by Systems Thinking”, by Zdenka Petermanec and Matja Mulej (20/12/2008)

“A Complexity Response to Funding Public Education”, by Alexander Dawoody (20/12/2008)

“Diagnosis of Sparse Adoption Data using an Expert System-Guided Innovation Diffusion Simulation Model”, by Alan J. Thomson (20/12/2008)

“Bios Theory of Innovation”, by Héctor Sabelli (20/12/2008)

“Innovation Complexity in the Dynamic Development of an Enterprise: Case Study of the Innovation Marvel of the Shandong Mine Area”, by Hua-ling Song, Jin-ke Li , Guo-feng Wen, & Hong-yan Li (20/12/2008)

The Four Pillars of Innovation, An Elementary School Perspective, by Katina E. Pollock, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education / University of Toronto, Canada (2008/10/25)

A Five-Year Study of Field-Based Pedagogical Partnerships, to Prepare New Elementary Teachers, by Sally Beisser, Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa, USA (25/10/2008)

Perspectives and Portraits in Innovation, The Educational Context, by Marvin Bartell and Riva Bartell, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada (25/10/2008)

Changing Household Behaviours, Learning for Urban Sustainability, by Rhys E. Taylor, Environmental Education & Community Research Contractor, Christchurch, New Zealand, and Will Allen, Landcare Research Ltd., Lincoln, New Zealand (25/10/2008)

Making the Leap?, Transformative Processes, Academic Freedom and Engendering a Research Culture in Ontario Colleges and Small Teaching-Centered Universities, by Thomas Fleming, Wilfrid Laurier University, Brantford, Canada (25/10/2008)

Looking at Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports Through the Lens of Innovations Diffusion, by Brenda Coble Lindsey, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA (25/10/2008)

Democratising Social Work – A Key Element of Innovation, From ‘client’ as object, to service user as producer, by Peter Beresford, Centre of Citizen Participation, Brunel University, UK and Suzy Croft, St John’s Hospice, London, UK (08/05/2008)

Client Empowerment and Quality Assurance, by Monica Dowling, Open University, Milton Keynes, UK (08/05/2008)

Meaning-Making and Client Empowerment, The Basic Needs Incentive Model, by Una Medina and Mario Rivera, University of New Mexico, Sharon Rogers, Public Service Company of New Mexico, and Christina Shapiro, Webster University, all of Albuquerque, USA (08/05/2008)

Innovation still needed?, Service User Participation in Social Care Services and Practice-led Management, by Janet Seden, Open University, Milton Keynes, UK (08/05/2008)

Biography as empowerment or appropriation, research and practice issues, by Joanna Bornat, Open University, Milton Keynes, UK and Jan Walmsley, Honorary Research Fellow, Norah Fry Research Centre, University of Bristol, UK (08/05/2008)

Commentary: Client Involvement in Public Administration Research and Evaluation, by Richard H. Beinecke, Department of Public Management, Suffolk University, Boston, USA and Jonathan Delman, Executive Director of Consumer Quality Initiatives Inc. (CQI Inc.), USA (08/05/2008)

Knowledge-based Services with Information and Communication Technologies, (ICT) Support – A tool for Women Empowerment, by Rekha Prasad, Faculty of Management Studies, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India (08/05/2008)

Where the Rubber Meets the Road, Government and Accountability Issues in Civil-society-based Organizations, by Arie Halchmi, Tennessee State University, USA and Netherlands Institute of Government and University of Twente, Netherlands (17/12/2007)

Does Full Accrual Accounting Enhance Accountability?, by Tom Beechy, Schulich School of Business, York University, Canada (17/12/2007)

A Contingency View of How Boards Can Best Contribute to the Efficient Management of Nonprofit Organizations, by Patricia Bradshaw, Schulich School of Business, York University, Bryan Hayday, Nonprofit Management and Leadership Program, York University, and Ruth Armstrong, Vision Management Services, Canada (17/12/2007)

A Tale of Two Federations: Policy Reform in Canada and Germany, by Burkard Eberlein, Schulich School of Business, York University, Canada and by Steffen G. Schneider, TranState Research Centre, University of Bremen, Germany (17/12/2007)

New Rules for Services of General Economic Interest: by Peter Eichhorn, Chair for General Management Studies, Public and Nonprofit Management, University of Mannheim, Germany (17/12/2007)

The Potential for Government Privatization to the Nonprofit Sector, by Ian Greene, York University, Canada (17/12/2007)

Trust and Performance Management in Nonprofit Organisations, by Dorothea Greiling, Protestant University of Applied Sciences, Germany (17/12/2007)

Managing Non-Governmental Organizations in Botswana, by M. Lekorwe, Center of Specialization in Public Administration and Management and D. Mpabanga, Department of Political and Administrative Studies, University of Botswana, Botswana (17/12/2007)

The Student’s Central Role for Efficient Higher Education Management in Germany, by Andrea Sperlich and Katharina Spraul, University of Mannheim, Germany (17/12/2007)

Canadian Health and Wellness Tourism: Obstacles Impeding International Competitiveness, by Atipol Bhanich Supapol, David Barrows and Arthur Barrows, Schulich School of Business, York University (17/12/2007)

Comparing Regions, Cities, and Communities, Local Government Benchmarking as an Instrument for Improving Performance and Competitiveness, by Paolo Rondo-Brovetto, University of Klagenfurt and Iris Saliterer, University of Klagenfurt, Austria (19/12/2007)

The development elite and institutions of the local poor, Experiences from a development NGO in India, by Ram Kumar Kakani, & Biswatosh Saha, Professors, S.P. Jain, Institute of Business Management, Singapore and Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, India, respectively (30/10/2007)

Rethinking innovation and development, Insights from the System of Rice Intensification (SRI) in India, by C. Shambu Prasad, Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar, India (30/10/2007)

Implementation of Privatization Policy, Lessons from Bangladesh, by Md. Nurul Momen, Professor, University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh (30/10/2007)

Handmade Carpets, Potential for Socio-economic Growth, by Sandeep Srivastava and K.K. Goswami, Additional Development Commissioner (Handicrafts), New Delhi; and Director, Indian Institute of Carpet Technology, respectively, India (30/10/2007)

Applying Innovative Processes to Improve Governance and Public Administration and Reduce Poverty, by Eleanor D. Glor, The Innovation Journal, Canada (30/10/2007)

Indigenous System of Organizations and the Development of SMEs in India, by Pradip Kumar Biswas, Professor, College of Vocational Studies, Delhi University, Indi (30/10/2007)

Artisan Clusters- Some policy suggestions, by Dr. Tamal Sarkar, MSME Foundation, New Delhi, India (30/10/2007)

Innovation in Public Management: the role and function of community knowledge, by Michael Hess and David Adams, Professors, Australian Innovation Research Centre, University of Tasmania, Australia (30/04/2007)

The Nature of Change and Innovation in Five Innovative Schools, by David C. Dibbon, Memorial University and Katina Pollock, OISE/University of Toronto, Canada (30/04/2007)

An Innovative Model of Service Development, a process guide for service managers, by Aruna Shekar, Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand (30/04/2007)

Identifying Organizations Fit for Change, by Eleanor D. Glor, The Innovation Journal, Canada (30/04/2007)

Creating Conditions for Healthy Learning Organizations, by R. Darren Stanley, University of Windsor, Canada (19/12/2006)

Collaborative Community-Based Public Education and Neighbourhood Schools, by Mark A. Glaser, Wichita State University, Kansas, USA, Nancy McCarthy Snyder, Patricia Stevens, Crystal Gile, and Edward P. Young. (19/12/2006)

Inventory Building and Utilization with Information Technologies, by Joshua Franzel and James Lee, American University, Washington DC, USA (19/12/2006)

Assessing, Awareness, Perceptions of Academic Staff Using E-learning Tools: A Case Study, by Abdulhameed Kayode Agboola, Islamic University, Malaysia (19/12/2006)

From School to Economy: Innovation and Enterprise in Singapore, by Pak Tee Ng and Charlene Tan, Nanyang Technological University, Republic of Singapore (19/12/2006)

Brazil’s National Award: Innovation Education Management, by Armando A. Simoes, Ministry of Education, & Oroslinda Maria Taranto Goulart, Anísio Teixeira National Institute for Research & Educational Studies, Brazil (19/12/2006)

Social Networks, Platforms, New Public-Private Partnerships, Technical, Vocational Education, by Parthasarathi Banerjee, National Institute of Science, Technology & Developmental Studies, New Delhi, India (19/12/2006)

Blood from A Stone, by Dr. Thomas Fleming, Wilfrid Laurier University, Brantford, Ontario, Canada (19/12/2006)

Engaging Democracy and Social Justice in Creating Educational Alternatives, by Morgan Gardner, Memorial University of Newfoundland, & Angela Crockwell, Community Youth Services, St. John’s, (19/12/2006)

Postsecondary Education & Ideology: Capitalist Production, by Ralph V. Barrett, McMaster University and Diane E. Meaghan, Seneca College Canada (19/12/2006)

Innovation in the public sector: spare tyres and fourth plinths, by Wayne Parsons, Queen Mary, University of London, United Kingdom (15/10/2006)

Approaches and Means of Innovation in Korean Local Government, by KIM Hun-min, Ewha University, Seoul, Korea (15/10/2006)

Innovation of Gay Rights Policies and Media, by Roddrick A. Colvin, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The City University of New York, USA (15/10/2006)

Enhancing the Prospect for Deliberative Democracy: the Americaspeaks Model, by Maria J. D’Agostino, Richard W. Schwester, Marc Holzer, Graduate Department of Public Administration, Rutgers University, Campus at Newark, New Jersey, USA (31/05/2006)

Quality Management and Organizational Innovation in Canada, by James Iain Gow, Département de science politique, Université de Montréal, Canada (31/05/2006)

Complex Adaptive Systems & Diffusion of Innovations, by Everett M. Rogers, Una E. Medina, Mario A. Rivera, and Cody J. Wiley, University of New Mexico, USA (23/12/2005)

Emergence, Creativity, and the Logic of Following and Negating, by Jeffrey Goldstein, Adelphi University, N.Y., USA (23/12/2005)

Origines et développements des partenariats privé-public en santé dans les pays développés: principes, enjeux et défis institutionnels, par Hachimi Sanni Yaya, Yale University, School of Management, USA. (7/11/2005)

L’expérience du Fonds d’adaptation des services de santé (FASS) au Québec: une occasion d’apprentissage sur les processus d’introduction de l’innovation et de gestion du changement, par Christian Dagenais, CLIPP, Université de Montré al, Francine Desbiens, GRASP, Université de Montréal, et Pierre Joubert, FQRSC, Gouvernement du Québec, Canada. (7/11/2005)

Testing a Diffusion of Innovations in Education Model (DIEM), by Mark K. Warford, Buffalo State College (State University of New York), USA. (23/12/2005)

Breaking Down Innovation: New Tools for Project Managing Innovative Projects, by Olaf Diegel, Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand. (23/12/2005)

Towards an Innovation-driven Economy Through Industrial Policy-making: Evolutionary Analysis of Singapore, by Andrew L S Goh, Department of Management, Birkbeck College, University of London, & Republic of Singapore (23/12/2005)

The Free-Market Innovation Machine and New Public Management, by Asle Rolland, Department of Public Governance, The Norwegian School of Management, and Statistics Norway, Norway. (06/10/2005)

Les partenariats privé-public comme nouvelle forme de gouvernance et alternative au dirigise étatique, ancrages théoriques et influences conceptuelles, par Hachimi Sanni Yaya, School of Management, Yale University, USA (7/11/2005)

Bridging ‘Town & Gown’ Through Innovative University-community Partnerships, by Lawrence L. Martin, Center for Community Partnerships; Hayden P. Smith, Department of Public Affairs; and Wende Phillips, Center for Community Partnerships, all of University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida, USA (06/10/2005)

The Citizen-Innovator, by Ralf Brand, University of Texas at Austin, Nuremberg, Germany (01/03/2005)

Community Involvement in Protecting the Environment, The Role of Restoration Advisory Boards (RABs), by Dr. Ross Prizzia, University of Hawaii – West Oahu, Pearl City, HI, USA (01/03/2005)

Training and Professional Development for Civically Engaged Communities, by Kathe Callahan Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Campus at Newark, USA and Kaifeng Yang, Florida State University, USA (01/03/2005)

Improving Performance and Accountability in Local Government with Citizen Participation, by Pamela D. Gibson, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA; Donald P. Lacy, The Ohio State University, USA; and Michael J. Dougherty, West Virginia University, USA (01/03/2005)

Sustaining Citizen-Driven Performance Improvement: Models for Adoption and Issues of Sustainability, by Marc Holzer and Kathryn Kloby, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey – Newark Campus, Newark, NJ, USA (01/03/2005)

Learning Processes in International Accountability Mechanisms, by Richard E. Bissell, National Research Council, Washington, DC, USA (01/03/2005)

Participatory Processes: Creating a “Marketplace of Ideas” with Open Space Technology, by Denise O’Connor, Department of Political Science, McMaster University, Hamilton and Michelle Cooper, Integral Visions Consulting Inc., Canada (01/03/2005)

The Consequences of Innovation, by Bann Seng Tan (10/10/2004)

Is the Internet Politics as Usual or Democracy’s Future? Candidate Campaign Web Sites in the 2001 Alberta and British Columbia Provincial Elections, by Harold J. Jansen (01/04/2004)

Innovations du travail et fonction publique: des efforts louables; un arrimage difficile, par Denis Harrisson et Nathalie Roy (10/10/2004)

A Topographical Map of the Innovation Landscape, by VE Ross, AW Kleingeld and L Lorenzen (24/03/2004)

The Process of Engagement: Examination of management values as a change strategy in Veterans Affairs Canada, by Michael Miles (22/02/2004)

Critical Challenges of the Learning Red Zone: Senior Managers in Empowering Organizational Change, by Marilyn Taylor (22/02/2004)

Employee Empowerment: Democracy or Delusion, by Howard Doughty (07/02/2004)

Empowerment and Process Consultation, by Henry Hornstein (07/02/2004)

Active Adaptation of Municipal Government, by Don de Guerre and Henry Hornstein (07/02/2004)

Educational Innovation in Small Communities: The Introduction of e-Learning to Extend Student Educational and Career Opportunities, by Ken Stevens and David Dibbon (24/03/2003)

The Diffusion of E-Learning Innovations in an Australian Secondary College: Strategies and Tactics for Educational Leaders, by Sam Jebeile and Robert Reeve (16/10/2003)

Web-Based Education, by Thomas D. Lynch and Cynthia E. Lynch (07/10/2003)

Jürgen Habermas’ Concept of Universal Pragmatics: A Practical Approach to Ethics and Innovation, by Howard A. Doughty (31/08/2003)

Innovation Traps: Risks and Challenges in Thinking About Innovation, by Eleanor D. Glor (31/08/2003) – Read a comment on this paper.

The Ethics of Innovation and the Development of Innovative Projects, by Ian Greene (31/08/2003)

Justice, Business, and the Ethics of Innovation in Canadian Nuclear Waste Management, by Genevieve Fuji Johnson (31/08/2003)

The Ethics of Quality Improvement: Practitioners’ Perspectives, by Melissa Bottrell (31/08/2003)

Modeling Differences: The Application of the Logic Model to Public Policy Analysis, by Santa Falcone (31/08/2003)

The British Labour Government and the Private Finance Initiative in the National Health Service: A Case of Pragmatic Policy-Making? by Eric Shaw (03/07/2003)

Governance Through Community Partnerships: A Model for Public Funding of Private Schools in Australia, by Chris Aulich (05/05/2003)

“Don’t just do something, stand there!”: Revisiting the Issue of Risks in Innovation in the Public Sector, by Gambhir Bhatta (05/05/2003)

Gone Today, Here Tomorrow, by Howard Doughty (05/05/2003)

Strategic Innovations in Post-Conflict Situations: Comparative Use of Large-Group Stakeholder Interaction Methods: New Definitions, New Alliances and the Triumph of Optimism, by Jeanne-Marie Col (30/03/2003)

Incentives to Innovation in Development Governance: Some Aspects of Information System Designing, by Parthasarathi Banerjee (10/03/2003)

Innovations in Workforce Management: the Electronic Learning Record, Prior Learning Assessment, and Human Capital Accounting, by Dr. Kathryn Barker (10/03/2003)

Digital Governance Models: moving towards good governance in developing countries, by Vikas Nath (10/03/2003)

Strategic Innovations in Post-Conflict Situations: Comparative Use of Large-Group Stakeholder Interaction Methods: New Definitions, New Alliances and the Triumph of Optimism, by Jeanne-Marie Col (30/03/2003)

Classic Theories – Contemporary Applications: a comparative study of the implementation of innovation in Canadian and Chinese Public Sector environments, by Michael Miles, Arun Thangaraj, Wang Dawei and Ma Huiqin (12/12/2002)

Governance, Power and Ego Development: Toward the Democratic Organization, by Aïda A. Warah (12/12/2002)

The Reality of Innovation in Government, by Nada Teofilovic (12/12/2002)

Partners in Progress: S&T Productivity in NRC and Canada’s Research Universities, by Hassan Masum and Jack Smith (12/03/2002)

Crumpled Globalization and Policy Innovation in Canadian Grain Politics: The Wartime Economy of the 1940s, by Chris Adams (23/09/2001)

Two related papers on innovation patterns: Innovation Patterns, by Eleanor D. Glor (23/07/01); Key Factors Influencing Innovation In Government, by Eleanor D. Glor (21/03/2002)

Applying Virtue Ethics to the Challenge of Corruption, by Charles Garofalo, Dean Geuras, Thomas D. Lynch, Ph.D., Cynthia E. Lynch, M.P.A. (03/02/2001)

Incremental Policy Development and Processes: Creation of the Department of Northern Saskatchewan, by Jerry Hammersmith and Bob Hauck (17/05/2000)

A Comparative Analysis of Job Satisfaction Among Public and Private Sector Professionals, by David Barrows and Tom Wesson (1/04/2000)

Sustainable Development: Three Innovative Models of Public Management*, by C P Beukman and Toby Harfield (05/08/1999)

From Hubris to Reality: Evaluating Innovative Programs in Public Institutions, Gerald Halpern (01/11/1998)

What Do We Know About Enhancing Creativity and Innovation? A Review of Literature, by Eleanor D. Glor (01/04/1998)