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Whether you’re working on a local collective impact initiative or a national public-private partnership; whether you’re a practitioner or a researcher; whether you’re looking for basics or a detailed look at a particular topic, our Resource Library can help you find the information and tools you need for your cross-sector thinking and practice. The Library — which includes resources from research organizations, advisory groups, training organizations, academic centers and journals, and other sources — spans issue areas, sectors, and partnership types.

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“Recently in the U.S., Public-Private Partnerships (P3) have been increasingly utilized as a mechanism for closing the gap between revenues and expenditures in transportation mega-projects, however public perception remains a major challenge to successful utilization. Recent projects have run into issues with public perception particularly…

✴︎ Available only with purchase from publisher “Public-private partnerships (PPPs) have become popular tools to deliver infrastructure and public services around the world. As an innovative public procurement approach, PPPs have drawn considerable attention from academic circles. In order to enhance our knowledge of PPPs,…

✴︎ Available only with purchase from publisher “The paper examines corporate governance mechanisms which aim to ensure financial accountability in the context of long‐term Public–Private Partnership (PPP) contracts in Britain, and assesses the degree to which they provide taxpayers with control and accountability. The corporate…

✴︎ Available only with purchase from publisher “This exploratory research paper seeks to consider the problems that may arise in the process of creating deep and lasting partnerships in public‐private partnerships (PPPs). It does this by contrasting two case studies of very different PPPs, Copenhagen’s…

✴︎ Available only with purchase from publisher “Much attention has gone towards ‘up‐front’ processes when delivering infrastructure public–private partnerships (PPPs), but less on how to best govern after the ribbon is cut and the infrastructure built. This paper identifies the primary contractual and institutional governance…

✴︎ Available only with purchase from publisher “Since the 1980s, state governments across Australia have procured critical and complex infrastructure projects via a Public Private Partnership (‘PPP’). Despite the long history and widespread use of PPPs in many sectors, there are still many misconceptions and…

✴︎ Available only with purchase from publisher “Infrastructure PPPs are now main‐stream. Both partnership language and its contractual forms have evolved over the past few decades, though. Compared to early optimistic promises, we now have a more nuanced and balanced view of what PPPs are…

✴︎ Available only with purchase from publisher “Public–private partnerships (PPPs) are increasingly seen as a way of innovating the production and management of public services. However, the question of what drives innovation in partnerships has so far received only limited attention. Drawing on network governance…

✴︎Available only with purchase from publisher “This study examines the influence of economic, political, and demand factors on the adoption of public–private partnerships (PPPs) from 2000 to 2016. State debt, urban travel demand, and state laws allowing unsolicited PPP proposals have a significant effect on…

✴︎Available only with purchase from publisher “Openness in innovation has become a common practice to achieve effective and radical changes. Recently, its key features have been juxtaposed to social sector. In this context, the aim of this paper is to understand how openness can be…