Trui Steen
Trui Steen
KU Leuven Public Governance Institute
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Why people co-produce: Analysing citizens’ perceptions on co-planning engagement in health care services
CJA Van Eijk, TPS Steen
Public Management Review 16 (3), 358-382, 2014
Co-production and co-creation: Engaging citizens in public services
T Brandsen, T Steen, B Verschuere
Taylor & Francis, 2018
Not a government monopoly: The private, nonprofit, and voluntary sectors
T Steen
Motivation in public management: The call of public service, 203-222, 2008
Why engage in co-production of public services? Mixing theory and empirical evidence
C Van Eijk, T Steen
International Review of Administrative Sciences 82 (1), 28-46, 2016
Public sector motivation: Is there something to learn from the study of volunteerism?
T Steen
Public Policy and Administration 21 (1), 49-62, 2006
What does it mean and imply to be public service motivated?
C Schott, DD van Kleef, T Steen
The American Review of Public Administration 45 (6), 689-707, 2015
The civil service as an employer of choice in Belgium: How work orientations influence the attractiveness of public employment
W Vandenabeele, A Hondeghem, T Steen
Review of public personnel administration 24 (4), 319-333, 2004
The dark side of co-creation and co-production: seven evils
T Steen, T Brandsen, B Verschuere
Co-production and co-Creation, 284-293, 2018
Co-producing safety in the local community: A Q-methodology study on the incentives of Belgian and Dutch members of neighbourhood watch schemes
C Van Eijk, T Steen, B Verschuere
Local Government Studies 43 (3), 323-343, 2017
The double-edged sword: Public service motivation, the oath of office and the backlash of an instrumental approach
TPS Steen, MR Rutgers
Public management review 13 (3), 343-361, 2011
Co-creation and co-production in public services: Urgent issues in practice and research
T Brandsen, T Steen, B Verschuere
Co-Production and Co-Creation, 3-8, 2018
New Public Management, Public Service Bargains and the challenges of interdepartmental coordination: a comparative analysis of top civil servants in state administration
MB Hansen, T Steen, M Jong
International Review of Administrative Sciences 79 (1), 29-48, 2013
Realizing public values: Enhancement or obstruction? Exploring value tensions and coping strategies in the co-production of social care
S Jaspers, T Steen
Public Management Review 21 (4), 606-627, 2019
Public service bargains in Dutch top civil service
T Steen, F Van der Meer
Public Policy and Administration 26 (2), 209-232, 2011
The roles of the professional in co-production and co-creation processes
T Steen, S Tuurnas
Co-production and co-creation, 80-92, 2018
Western European civil service systems: A comparative analysis
FM Van der Meer, T Steen, A Wille
The Civil Service in the 21st Century, 34-49, 2007
What factors drive organizational learning from crisis? Insights from the Dutch food safety services’ response to four veterinary crises
W Broekema, D Van Kleef, T Steen
Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management 25 (4), 326-340, 2017
Images of coordination: how implementing organizations perceive coordination arrangements
A Molenveld, K Verhoest, J Voets, T Steen
Public Administration Review 80 (1), 9-22, 2020
Coproduction during and after the COVID‐19 Pandemic: Will It Last?
T Steen, T Brandsen
Public Administration Review 80 (5), 851-855, 2020
From Incremental to Copernican Reform?: Changes to the Position and Role of Senior Civil Servants in the Belgian Federal Administration
M Brans, T Steen
From the active to the enabling state, 63-80, 2007
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