Carol Jacklin-Jarvis
Carol Jacklin-Jarvis
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Collaborating across sector boundaries: a story of tensions and dilemmas
C Jacklin-Jarvis
Voluntary Sector Review 6 (3), 285-302, 2015
132015
Co-production and inter-organisational collaboration in the provision of public services: A critical discussion
A Sancino, C Jacklin-Jarvis
Co-production in the Public Sector, 13-26, 2016
112016
The difference leadership makes? Debating and conceptualising leadership in the UK voluntary sector
V Terry, J Rees, C Jacklin-Jarvis
Voluntary Sector Review 11 (1), 99-111, 2020
52020
Collaborative public leadership: does problem context matter?
C Jacklin-Jarvis, K Potter
52017
The value of small
C Dayson, L Baker, J Rees
Sheffield: Sheffield Hallam University, https://www4. shu. ac. uk/research …, 2018
42018
Collaboration for children: leadership in a complex space. A voluntary sector perspective.
C Jacklin-Jarvis
The Open University, 2014
42014
The value of small: in-depth research into the distinctive contribution, value and experiences of small and medium-sized charities in England and Wales
C Dayson, L Baker, J Rees, E Batty, E Bennett, C Damm, T Coule, ...
Sheffield Hallam University, 2018
32018
'It's just houses': the role of community space in a new housing development in the digital era
C Jacklin-Jarvis, M Cole
Voluntary Sector Review 10 (1), 69-79, 2019
22019
Collaboration and the governance of public services delivery
S Vangen, K Potter, C Jacklin-Jarvis
22017
Exploring the Potential for Collaborative Leadership through a Policy Lens: A Comparative Analysis of Children’s Services and Flood Risk Management
C Jacklin-Jarvis, K Potter
International Journal of Public Administration 43 (16), 1386-1396, 2020
12020
A tale of two states? A comparative study of cross-sector collaboration in children's services and flood risk management
C Jacklin-Jarvis, K Potter
Voluntary Sector Review 9 (1), 89-97, 2018
12018
The ‘Value of Small’in a Big Crisis: The distinctive contribution, value and experiences of smaller charities in England and Wales during the COVID 19 pandemic
C Dayson, L Baker, J Rees, E Bennett, B Patmore, K Turner, ...
Sheffield Hallam University, Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research, 2021
2021
The difference leadership makes? Debating and conceptualising leadership in the UK voluntary sector
T Vita, J Rees, C Jacklin-Jarvis
Voluntary Sector Review 11 (1), 99, 2020
2020
Evaluating Catchment Partnerships: Avoiding a Watered Down Approach
K Potter, C Jacklin-Jarvis
EasyChair, 2019
2019
How to Evaluate Catchment Based Partnerships & Avoid a Watered Down Approach?
K Potter, C Jacklin-Jarvis
2019
Pauline McGovern (2017) Small voluntary organisations in the'age of austerity': funding challenges and opportunities
C Jacklin-Jarvis
Voluntary Sector Review 9 (2), 225, 2018
2018
Brokering relationships with the state: what new understandings can ‘environmental catchment VOs’ filter from the social welfare domain?
K Potter, C Jacklin-Jarvis
The Voluntary Sector and Volunteering Research Conference 2018 Proceedings, 2018
2018
How does problem context matter for cross-sector collaboration? A comparative study of voluntary sector engagement in children’s services and flood management
C Jacklin-Jarvis, K Potter
The Voluntary Sector and Volunteering Research Conference 2017 Proceedings, 2017
2017
PuLSE Blog
C Decker-Lange
The role of Local Infrastructure Organisations in the COVID 19
C Jacklin-Jarvis, D Haslam
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