Our monthly Research Briefings capture the newest research related to cross-sector collaboration for scholars whose own thinking can benefit from staying current on progress in the field and practitioners who are interested in how this research may be helpful to their cross-sector work.
The November briefing includes articles about collaborations in social innovation, cross-sector collaboration in the water sector, multisector approaches to address homelessness among LGBTQ youth, and more.
The September briefing includes articles about an academic-community partnership to address health disparities, dialogic collaborations and sustainability, successful industry–university collaborations, and more.
The August briefing includes articles about the challenges of a philanthropy-private sector partnership, cross-sector partnerships in human services, power strategies in collaborative governance, and more.
The July briefing includes articles about understanding how democracy promotion and internet governance can go hand in hand, the role of collaborative forums in climate governance, education innovation, how coordination can promote cardiovascular health, and more.
The June briefing includes articles about understanding systemic change in the context of cross-sector partnerships, the ability to collaborate in the absence of trust, clusters and innovation districts, collaborative place-based impact investment, and more.
The May briefing includes articles about harnessing wicked problems in multi-stakeholder partnerships, cross-sector interaction and system change in disaster response, challenges and opportunities in health care pay-for-success projects, and more.
The April briefing includes articles about the public-private food assistance system that emerged in the 1970s, the role of open strategy in absorptive capacity in cross-sector partnerships, the definitions and determinants of success in cross-sector partnerships, and more.
The March briefing includes articles about the history of PPPs, collaborative innovation in the public sector, a cross-sector approach to food and nutrition strategy in Ontario, why city governments should work with data intermediaries, and more.
The February briefing includes articles about value conflicts in interorganizational collaboration, the economics of public-private partnership, public-private collaborations in urban mobility, and more.