“Co-creation” has become a fashionable concept in recent years. One of the concepts origins is theories about private consumer markets. However, “co-creation” has also to an increasing extent become part of the public sector reform agenda.
The idea of this seminar is to gather selected scholars from both private and public sector research to present their research on “co-creation”. The aim of the seminar is to inspire and enrich further research by looking across the public-private divide, and to present a multitude of examples of how “co-creation” can be applied in research.
The seminar will gather scholars studying for example consumer markets, education, elderly care, childcare and climate policy.
- Welcome & opening, the idea of the seminar, by Asbjørn Røiseland, Oslo Business School, OsloMet
- Brief presentation of research project “Co-creation - Expectations, Challenges and Coping strategies in Norwegian local government”, by Asbjørn Røiseland
- “Co-creation in the Era of Bottom-Up Economics”, by Tobias Redlich, Helmut Schmidt University, Hamburg (online)
- “Customer co-creation”, by Hanna Snyder, BI Norwegian Business School, Oslo
- “Co-creation with unwilling users”, by Therese Reitan, Södertörns Högskola, Sweden (online)
- “Co-creation as collaborative learning processes in online contexts”, by Renate Andersen, OsloMet, LUI (online)
- “Co-creation with family carers in elderly care”, by Line Jenhaug, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences
- “Co-creation in Climate Policy”, by Hege Hofstad and Trond Vedeld, NIBR, OsloMet
- “Co-creation as a mode of governance”, by Jacob Torfing, Roskilde University
- Plenary discussions, moderator: Eva Sørensen, Roskilde University