Providing public goods and commons: Towards coproduction and new forms of governance for a revival of public action is a new publication from Ciriec International. Read the director’s foreword below and see the links for access to all chapters.
Philippe Bance: This book features the output of the transversal working group in public and social economy set up under the auspices of CIRIEC’s International Scientific Council. After a call for contributions launched in December 2015 and a selection of responses in February 2016, a meeting was held at the 31st CIRIEC Congress in Reims in October 2016, to establish a collegial process of coordination and articulation of contributions and concrete modalities for interactive progress of the work.
The book inaugurates, for CIRIEC, a new form of publication, in open access, on its website. 2018 sees indeed a new online collection of CIRIEC: the CIRIEC Studies Series. It is in accordance with CIRIEC’s vocation to develop scientific analysis on the potentialities and action of public economy and social economy organizations in the implementation of general and collective interest. The book combines analyses of academics and researchers from seven countries on three continents, specialists of social and solidarity economy organizations and public policies. Their scientific expertise and their territorial knowledge bring a varied and detailed light to showcase profound transformations on a planetary scale which are part of a new paradigm of public action resulting from a process of creative
The book and chapters are free downloadable below and also indexed in RePEc.
- Introduction / Philippe Bance
- Chapter 1: The contribution of the non-profit sector in narrowing spatial inequalities: Four cases of inter-institutional cooperation in Italy / Andrea Salustri & Federica Viganò
- Chapter 2: The Work Integration Social Enterprises as “Learning Organizations”: In the quest for a new local governance in order to build another model of local sustainable development? / Pascal Glémain
- Chapter 3: From public ownership back to commons. Lessons learnt from the Romanian experience in the forest sector / Ancuța Vameșu, Cristina Barna & Irina Opincaru
- Chapter 4: Redefining the borders between public, social economy and for-profit organizations in the provision of public services: The case of Japan /Shinichi Saito, Munenori Nomura, Fumitoshi Mizutani & Francis Rawlinson
- Chapter 5: Financial stability as a global public good and relevant systemic regulation as a problem of collective action / Faruk Ülgen
- Chapter 6: Understanding financialization and its impacts on Social Economy / Manuel Belo Moreira
- Chapter 7: Finance as a “commons” understood as ideal-type for emancipation / Bernard Paranque
- Chapter 8: The development in France of partnerships between public and social economy organizations and the new paradigm of public action / Philippe Bance, Jean-Philippe Milesy & Christelle Zagbayou
- Chapter 9: Cooperation strategies between public and social economy organisations: How to cooperate without losing your “soul” / Monique Combes-Joret, Laëtitia Lethielleux & Anne Reimat
- Chapter 10: Co-construction of the general interest and social innovations forms in Kabylia: A partnership interaction approach based on three case studies / Malika Ahmed Zaïd
- Chapter 11: The institutional organization of health in Colombia and its disconnection with the common good and mutuality / Juan Fernando Álvarez, Miguel Gordo Granados & Hernando Zabala Salazar
- Chapter 12: Multi-stakeholder governance of the commons, a pragmatic approach / Alexandrine Lapoutte
- Chapter 13: New hybrid organizations in the social and solidarity economy in France: A new cooperative governance? / Jean-Claude Boual & Cathy Zadra-Veil
- Chapter 14: Conditions of convergence between public economy and social economy organisations. From the diversity of models to a successful hybridisation through new governance / Pierre Bauby
- Conclusion: Public – Social and Solidarity Economy Partnerships (PSSEPs) and collective action paradigm / Philippe Bance