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2015 | 19 | 173-180
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Innovation in public services: the pursuit of economic drivers

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The interest in innovation in public sector, especially in municipalities, is extensively growing. The paper focuses on exogenous factors shaping changes and/or innovation in public services. The results of investigated cases and Delphi studies in Central Europe are briefly presented. A critical evaluation of the approach applied by authors follows. The learning outcome of the research may be valuable to public managers, innovative businesses and policy-makers who pursuit opportunities and try to analyze various influences on the public service.
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19
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173-180
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Publication order reference
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1732-1948
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bwmeta1.element.desklight-3f641063-a6b1-41b0-a97d-82e5d1dac619
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