Why has the Danish welfare model remained so strong against Covid-19?
Charlotte Biil's research reveals that the Danish welfare model contains special DNA with threads that interlink municipalities, voluntary organisations and citizens in collaborations concerning day-care centres, nursing homes, health services and permanent and temporary residential homes etc.
PhD defence with Charlotte Biil
Thursday, October 1, 2020 - 16:00 to 18:00
Copenhagen Business School
Solbjerg Plads 3
Room SP202 Bain & Company Aud.
In order to obtain the PhD degree, Charlotte Biil has submitted her thesis entitled:
Samskabelse med en sommerfugle-model: Hybrid ret i forbindelse med et partnerskabsprojekt mellem 100 selvejende daginstitutioner, deres paraplyorganisation, tre kommuner og CBS
There are high expectations to co-production between the voluntary and public sector in Danish municipalities, but there is a lack of clear understanding regarding what we are really addressing and how a collaboration can have co-productive qualities and Public Value. With a system-theoretical approach the dissertation, contribute to the study and practice of co-production, societal constitutionalism and hybrid law establishing a constitutionalized meta-code grounded in “the Butterfly-model” developed on behalf of the analyses.