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11 black & white illustrations, 30 black & white tables, 11 black & white line drawings
Carsten Greve, Graeme Hodge
Table Of Contents
1. Introduction: Public-Private Partnerships in Turbulent Times (Graeme Hodge and Carsten Greve) 2. The Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on Public-Private Partnerships: A UK Perspective (Cierran Connoly and Anthony Wall) 3. What return for Risk?: The Price of Equity Capital in Public-Private Partnerships (Mark Hellowell and Veronica Vecchi) 4. Mind the Gap: Accountability and Value for Money in Public-Private Partnerships in Ireland (Eoin Reeves) 5. Enhancing Innovation in Public Organizations through Public-Private Partnerships: The Role of Public Managers (Tamyko Ysa, Marc Esteve and Francisco Longo) 6. Incorporating Non-Profit Sector Perspectives in the Study of Public-Private Partnerships (Anna Amirkhanynan and Sarah Pettitjohn) 7. A Foucault Perspective on Public-Private Partnership Mega Projects (Sophie Sturup) 8. The Public Management of Public-Private Partnerships: U.S. City-Level Structures for Brownfield Cleanup and Redevelopment (Rob Alexander) 9. Beyond the Contract: The Challenge of Evaluating the Performance(s) of Public-Private Partnerships (Stephen Jeffares, Helen Sullivan and Tony Bovaird) 10. A Theory Driven Approach to Public-Private Partnerships: The Dynamics of Complexity and Control (Koen Verhoest, Joris Voets and Kit van Gestel) 11. Conclusions: Rethinking Public-Private Partnerships (Carsten Greve and Graeme Hodge)
Carsten Greve is Professor at the Department of Business and Politics, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. His research focuses on public-private cooperation and partnerships and public management in a comparative perspective and he has contributed to, or published many books in these areas, including Contracting for Public Services (2007, Routledge) Graeme Hodge is Professor at Monash University, Australia. He is the Director of the Monash Centre for Regulatory Studies in the Law Faculty at Monash, as well as the founding Director of the Monash Centre for Privatisation and Public Accountability. He has published extensively in areas such as privatisation of public sector enterprise, outsourcing of government services and public-private partnerships