Introduction to Special Issue Public sector Innovation - Conceptual and Methodological Implications
Introduction: Public sector Innovation - Conseptual and methodological implications
Keywords:Public sector innovation, methodological implications, conceptual implications, researcher role
This is the introduction to the Special Issue: Public sector Innovation - Conseptual and methodological implications.
Guest Editors: Ann Karin Tennås Holmen (UiS), Maria Røhnebæk (INN)
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