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Concepts and Implications of Theory of Co-production

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Ruwan Abeysekera

Bournemouth University, GB
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Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to present the concepts of co-production discussed in previous literature and to discuss its implications on research and practice. This is a theoretical paper. It identifies that the extant literature in co-production presents a number of research gaps that can be addressed in future research. These gaps exist in the areas of collective co-production, dyadic relationships and contextual factors. Moreover, the practicing managers and the policy makers can also use co-production concepts identified in this paper to implement in their programmes which offer diverse benefits to the programmes and the clients.
How to Cite: Abeysekera, R., 2015. Concepts and Implications of Theory of Co-production. Colombo Business Journal, 6(2), pp.22–38. DOI: http://doi.org/10.4038/cbj.v6i2.26
Published on 25 Dec 2015.
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