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Living apart together? A mixed-method study on local governance in Flanders.

Raf Pauly (UGent) , Bram Verschuere (UGent) and Filip De Rynck (UGent)
(2018)
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Civil society Innovation in Flanders - investigating and designing new models of social - CSI-Flanders
Abstract
We examine the state of local governance arrangements between government and civil society organisations (CSOs) and ask whether 'new (more flexible, horizontal, non-traditional) modes of governance’ occur. Zooming in on non-urban municipalities, we look into what innovation of governance means in this context. Using a multi-method approach we look at how CSOs engage in the policy process and perceive their societal and political role. We analysed local civil society through an extensive data-collection (mapping 1792 CSOs across Flanders in 14 municipalities), survey research (n=413, response rate 23%) and focus groups in 5 non-urban municipalities.
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civil society, nonprofit, governance, pillarization, social innovation

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Pauly, Raf, Bram Verschuere, and Filip De Rynck. “Living Apart Together? A Mixed-method Study on Local Governance in Flanders.” 2018. Print.
APA
Pauly, R., Verschuere, B., & De Rynck, F. (2018). Living apart together? A mixed-method study on local governance in Flanders. Presented at the ARNOVA’s 47th Annual Conference From Relief to Resilience: How Philanthropy, Nonprofits and Volunteers Bridge the Gap between Crisis and Sustainability.
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Pauly, Raf, Bram Verschuere, and Filip De Rynck. 2018. “Living Apart Together? A Mixed-method Study on Local Governance in Flanders.” In .
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Pauly, Raf, Bram Verschuere, and Filip De Rynck. 2018. “Living Apart Together? A Mixed-method Study on Local Governance in Flanders.” In .
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Pauly R, Verschuere B, De Rynck F. Living apart together? A mixed-method study on local governance in Flanders. 2018.
IEEE
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R. Pauly, B. Verschuere, and F. De Rynck, “Living apart together? A mixed-method study on local governance in Flanders.,” presented at the ARNOVA’s 47th Annual Conference From Relief to Resilience: How Philanthropy, Nonprofits and Volunteers Bridge the Gap between Crisis and Sustainability., Austin, Texas, 2018.
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  abstract     = {We examine the state of local governance arrangements between government and civil society organisations (CSOs) and ask whether 'new (more flexible, horizontal, non-traditional) modes of governance’ occur. Zooming in on non-urban municipalities, we look into what innovation of governance means in this context. Using a multi-method approach we look at how CSOs engage in the policy process and perceive their societal and political role. We analysed local civil society through an extensive data-collection (mapping 1792 CSOs across Flanders in 14 municipalities), survey research (n=413, response rate 23%) and focus groups in 5 non-urban municipalities. },
  author       = {Pauly, Raf and Verschuere, Bram and De Rynck, Filip},
  keywords     = {civil society,nonprofit,governance,pillarization,social innovation},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Austin, Texas},
  title        = {Living apart together? A mixed-method study on local governance in Flanders.},
  year         = {2018},
}