Hybrid Law with reference to a partnership project between 100 voluntary daycare institutions, their umbrella organization and three municipalities. The dissertation offers a societal diagnostic and system theoretical inspired proposal for doing coproduction and hybrid law. The thesis examines how a collaborative structure in a complex and demanding partnership between independent day-care institutions and municipalities can be understood as co-production, where this immediately seems non-committal, yet develops as a hybrid temporalized collaboration. The analysis indicates that, on the one hand, these are programs for formal and substantive law in the form of a continuous contractual collaboration between the parties. On the other hand, law begins to reflect on itself, and whether law is
appropriate. With the studied partnership project, the potentiality for what the collaboration can accommodate is scrutinized in relation to system logics other than law and contribute to the dark side of the co-production discussion, societal constitutionalism and hybrid law. With the establishing of a constitutionalized meta-code grounded in the Butterfly-model the analysis shows, how it is possible to make other structures for collaboration conceivable than those that take place with the Standard Agreement which can resolve tensions and produce added value.
|Place of Publication||Frederiksberg|
|Publisher||Copenhagen Business School [Phd]|
|Number of pages||339|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|