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Bridging the divide: what makes for successful public-private partnerships - Bertrand Quelin HEC Paris - ©Fotolia-freshidea

Successful public-private partnerships create social and economic value. As part of a Journal of Management Studies  Special Issue “Public-Private Collaboration, Hybrid Organizational Design and Social Value,” Bertrand Quélin, Ilze Kivleniece and Sergio Lazzarini investigate the mechanisms that allow for successful inter-organizational collaboration. 

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One of the key contributions of economic sociology to the understanding of markets has been the (...)

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Tomasz Obloj and Metin Sengul show that measures designed to incentivize employees to be more (...)

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What if social and environmental issues are given greater voice via targeted financing, even on a (...)

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Christian van Delft and his co-authors have developed a method for staffing call centers that, for (...)

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Dalhia Mani and David Knoke examine share holding ties, joint ventures, and alliances in the United (...)

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Organizations15 February 2010

Major Risks and Public Management

Public management originated during the early 1970s, in the context of acrisis in Western (...)

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Organizations15 January 2009

Building Innovation by Strengthening Bridges

Key Ideas • It is great for people to share knowledge across organizational boundaries, but it is (...)

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