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Intersectoral partnerships, the knowledge economy and intangible assets

Abstract:

Arguably, partnerships emerged to address knowledge deficits inherent in other modes of coordination, in understanding between different agencies and arms of government ('silo mentality'), and between government and the people it serves.As an increasingly prevalent form of governance, there is concern about whether partnerships produce benefits that contribute to the public good.This article considers their value in producing intangible assets in the form of knowledge.Tacit, embodied knowledg...

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10.1332/030557308783995035

Authors


Boydell, L More by this author
Hoggett, P More by this author
Rugkåsa, J More by this author
Cummins, A-M More by this author
Journal:
Policy and Politics
Volume:
36
Issue:
2
Pages:
209-224
Publication date:
2008-04-05
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EISSN:
1470-8442
ISSN:
0305-5736
URN:
uuid:5c307bff-4d11-4066-97cf-d83c6e2ad6dc
Source identifiers:
343823
Local pid:
pubs:343823

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