Work Package 9: Effects of Collaboration for Government Efficiency

 

WP9 assesses the impact of novel open and innovative collaboration practices on efficiency including their potential effects on administrative burden.

 

To answer these questions, WP9 focuses on:

  • Effects and impact of innovative collaborative practices on public sector efficiency

We conduct:

  • a meta-assessment on red tape, addressing the effects of new rules and frameworks on government efficiency
  • the 'Collaboration Monitor' as an online tool to assess and compare practices in innovative collaboration
  • two policy briefs, one on red tape and the other on the efficiency indicators of the Collaboration Monitor
  • a working paper

 

The meta-analysis

This meta-analysis will address the efficiency effects of new rules and frameworks accompanying the exploitation of ICT for collaboration in policy design and service delivery, as well as by an innovative measurement of effects of novel collaboration practices on efficiency.

 

Collaboration Monitor

The 'Collaboration Monitor' will be an online tool, which can be used to assess and compare exemplary practices in innovative collaboration in policy design and service delivery. The measures for government efficiency detected in the meta-analysis will be mirrored to each collaboration practice in the 'Collaboration Monitor'.

WP9 TEAM MEMBERS

Agnes Batory

Central European University, Budapest

Hungary

WP Leader: WP2

Benedetta Bellò

Cardiff University

United Kingdom

Jan Boon

University of Antwerp

Belgium

Chesney Callens

University of Antwerp

Belgium

Andrew Cartwright

Central European University, Budapest

Hungary

WP Leader: WP2

James Downe

Cardiff University

United Kingdom

WP Leader: WP9

Claire Dupuy

UCLouvain

Belgium

Julia Fleischer

University of Potsdam

Germany

WP Leader: WP4

Catherine Foster

Cardiff University

United Kingdom

Gerhard Hammerschmid

Hertie School, Berlin

Germany

WP Leader: WP6

Per Lægreid

University of Bergen

Norway

András Molnár

Central European University, Budapest

Hungary

Magnus Paulsen Hansen

Roskilde University

Denmark

Vicente Pina

University of Zaragoza

Spain

Tiina Randma Liiv

Tallinn University of Technology

Estonia

WP Leader: WP5

Jaime García Rayado

University of Zaragoza

Spain

Sonia Royo

University of Zaragoza

Spain

Lise H. Rykkja

University of Bergen

Norway

TROPICO Coordinator

Line Marie Sørsdal

University of Bergen

Norway

Sara Svensson

Central European University, Budapest

Hungary

Lukas Thiele

University of Potsdam

Germany

Lourdes Torres

University of Zaragoza

Spain

Peter Triantafillou

Roskilde University

Denmark

WP Leader: WP8

Steven Van de Walle

KU Leuven

Belgium

WP Leader: WP3

Koen Verhoest

University of Antwerp

Belgium

WP Leader: WP7

Kadi Maria Vooglaid

Tallinn University of Technology

Estonia

Kai Wegrich

Hertie School, Berlin

Germany