Construire la collaboration gouvernements-associations pour atteindre les objectifs de développement durable: Enjeux, pratiques et défis pour le management public

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    Collaboration across sectors is an imperative to solve complex public problems, i.e to reach the Sustainable Development Goals. This article draws particular attention to the inclusion of associations as civil society organizations, in the collaborative turn of public policymaking. The issues the collaboration raises are important. Yet, there is a gap between the discourse valuing collaboration and the difficulties actors face in practice to develop it. From a literature analysis underlining the fragmentation of knowledge, three proposals are articulated for the evolution of the research agenda : (1) Bridging of the different research fields addressing the collaborative evolution and aspirations of public policymaking and management ; (2) Developing a multilevel approach to collaboration as an actor-led process and adopting theoretical anchorages that are consistent with this aim ; (3) to the collaborative process and the adoption of theoretical assurances corresponding to this objective ; (3) The diversification of methodological approaches to collaboration.
    Original languageFrench
    JournalVie & sciences de l'entreprise
    Issue number2-3 (214-215)
    Pages (from-to)211-235
    Number of pages25
    Publication statusPublished - 2022


    • Cross-sector/ Intersectoral collaboration
    • Public policymaking
    • Sustainable development goals
    • Associations (not for profit)
    • Public management

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