Erik Eriksson is a researcher in service and quality management in public organisations. The bulk of his research sits at the intersection of public management/administration and service management. Specifically, this research focuses on co-production, collaborative governance, and value creation. He is also interested in problematising his research field and organisational trends through social theory.
Erik’s research methods are mainly qualitative and the approach collaborative. His research has appeared in journals such as British Journal of Management and Public Management Review. Erik has a PhD in technology management and economics (2016, Chalmers University of Technology) and a master’s degree focused on political science in public administration (2004, Gothenburg University). Between those degrees he was working as a public administrator for ten years.
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