2017
DOI: 10.1111/faam.12132
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Abstract: This paper reviews the research agenda lineage on public-private partnerships (PPPs) from Broadbent and Laughlin's seminal piece in 1999. The PPP phenomenon is viewed at five levels: project delivery, organisational form, policy, governance tool and as a phenomenon within a broader historical and cultural context. We argue that whilst a variety of research issues will continue to be relevant, five corresponding areas deserve future visibility for a renewed research agenda: (1) Financialisation of PPPs, (2) glo… Show more

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“…In order to avoid the mistake to make broad and normative statement of the solutions about accountability routes in Joined-up Government (Hodge and Grave, 2018), the results of this research was interpreted within the borders of the case study. However, accountability follows two routes in the strategic planning process: vertical at the strategy formulation phase and horizontal at the strategy implementation one.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…In order to avoid the mistake to make broad and normative statement of the solutions about accountability routes in Joined-up Government (Hodge and Grave, 2018), the results of this research was interpreted within the borders of the case study. However, accountability follows two routes in the strategic planning process: vertical at the strategy formulation phase and horizontal at the strategy implementation one.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…More specifically, the shift from the New Public Management to the New Public Governance has opened Magliacani 275 new fields of study on the forms of collaboration in managing public services (Osborne, 2010). Even though recent studies have highlighted some difficulties in having a clear definition of "collaboration" (Bryson et al, 2015;Morris and Miller-Stevens, 2015;Hodge and Grave, 2018), many collaborative practices have been encouraged under the "Joined-up Government" approach. This term, introduced by the UK Labour Government Modernisation Agenda (1997)(1998)(1999)(2000)(2001)(2002)(2003)(2004)(2005)(2006)(2007)(2008)(2009)(2010), encompasses all that forms of collaboration (public-public partnership, co-working, joined-up-working, networking and co-production partnership) in which public organizations work with each others and with private or not-for-profit organizations (Hodges, 2012).…”
Section: Theoretical Frameworkmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…From a traditional focus on project delivery in infrastructure and public services, PPP research has progressed to broader governance levels (Wang, Xiong, Wu, & Zhu, ). Scholars have suggested further research on PM in PPP (Hodge & Greve, ; Spielman et al, ; Wang et al, ). Siegel, Waldman, Atwater, and Link () advocated university–industry technology transfer through projects as a form of PPP where universities have to engage the firms more proactively to manage the partnership successfully.…”
Section: Theoretical Background and Hypothesesmentioning
confidence: 99%