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Table 4 Most cited references

From: Co-production in health policy and management: a comprehensive bibliometric review

Works #Full reference #List reference Citations Type of publication Approach (if applicable)
Bovaird, T. (2007). Beyond engagement and participation: User and community coproduction of public services. Public administration review, 67 (5), 846–860. 66 41 Academic paper Conceptual
Ostrom, E. (1996). Crossing the great divide: coproduction, synergy, and development. World development, 24 (6), 1073–1087 9 31 Academic paper Conceptual
*Batalden, M., Batalden, P., Margolis, P., Seid, M., Armstrong, G., Opipari-Arrigan, L., & Hartung, H. (2016). Coproduction of healthcare service. BMJ Quality & Safety, 25, 509–517. 65 28 Academic paper Conceptual
*Dunston, R., Lee, A., Boud, D., Brodie, P., & Chiarella, M. (2009).Co-production and health system reform–from re-imagining to re-making. Australian Journal of Public Administration, 68 (1), 39–52 14 24 Academic paper Conceptual
Braun, V., & Clarke, V. (2006). Using thematic analysis in psychology. Qualitative research in psychology, 3 (2), 77–101. Not cited 23 Academic paper Conceptual
Alford, J. (2009). Engaging public sector clients: from service-delivery to co-production. Springer. 4 21 Book n.a.
Osborne, S. P., & Strokosch, K. (2013). It takes Two to Tango? Understanding the Co-production of Public Services by Integrating the Services Management and Public Administration Perspectives. British Journal of Management, 24, S31-S47. 70 19 Academic paper Conceptual
Boyle, D., & Harris, M. (2009). The challenge of co-production. London: New Economics Foundation. 56 18 Discussion paper Conceptual
Pestoff, V. (2006). Citizens and co-production of welfare services: Childcare in eight European countries. Public management review, 8 (4), 503–519. 22 16 Academic paper Empirical
Alford, J. (2002). Why do public-sector clients coproduce? Toward a contingency theory. Administration & Society, 34 (1), 32–56. 71 15 Academic paper Conceptual
Verschuere, B., Brandsen, T., & Pestoff, V. (2012). Co-production: The state of the art in research and the future agenda. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 23 (4), 1083–1101. 7 15 Academic paper Review
  1. *Paper is also included in the sample considered for the current study