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Co-production and collaboration in planning - The difference, Vanessa Watson; 2014.

Co-production and collaboration in planning - The difference, Vanessa Watson; 2014.
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Watson, V., (2014) Co-production and collaboration in planning - the difference, Planning Theory and Practice, 15(1): 62-76

Processes of state-society engagement around urban development issues, termed co-production, have been documented in both the Public Administration and Development Studies fields, but until recently have not attracted much attention in planning. Yet, particularly more recent approaches and cases of co-production from global South contexts do offer the possibility of adding to planning debates in this area, by expanding the context which shapes planning ideas beyond the global North, and perhaps shifting planning theory in the direction of becoming truly international. The paper identifies the important differences which underlie various strands of thinking about co-production, and also between these and planning assumptions in the area of collaborative and communicative planning.



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