Impairing and re-establishing public value in the Dutch social housing sector

H.M. Koolma, C.F. van Dreven

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Abstract

In a search for the crucial differences between public value creation and destruction by policy networks we will explore a case in which both modes have been recognizable. The case presented is a community of chief executives in Dutch social housing. The unit of analyses will be the community of practice (Koliba & Gajda, 2009). The community is embedded in a professional institutional field (Zietsma, Groenewegen, Logue, & Flinings, 2017). Representatives of Dutch government, two national agencies, sector organizations and other pressure groups, housing scientists, consultants, conference agents are also constituents of this institutional field. The field is composed of a fluid myriad of both inter-organizational and personal networks
Original languageEnglish
Pages1
Number of pages16
Publication statusUnpublished - 6 Sep 2018
EventEGPA 2018_PSG XIX Public Network Policy and Management - Université de Lausanne, Lausanne
Duration: 5 Sep 20188 Sep 2018

Conference

ConferenceEGPA 2018_PSG XIX Public Network Policy and Management
CityLausanne
Period5/09/188/09/18

Keywords

  • public value
  • leadership
  • network behavior
  • community of practice
  • institutional fields

VU Research Profile

  • Governance for Society

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