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Transnational partnerships : effectively providing for sustainable development?, Edited by Marianne Beisheim, Andrea Liese, (electronic book ;)

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Transnational partnerships : effectively providing for sustainable development?
Title
Transnational partnerships
Title remainder
effectively providing for sustainable development?
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Edited by Marianne Beisheim, Andrea Liese
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Language
eng
Summary
Why are some transnational public-private partnerships (PPPs) highly effective, while others are not? The contributors compare 21 transnational PPPs that seek to provide collective goods in the field of sustainable development.
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UK-WkNB
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361.25
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illustrations
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no index present
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non fiction
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  • Beisheim, Marianne
  • Liese, Andrea
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  • Public-private sector cooperation
  • Sustainable development
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Transnational public-private partnerships (PPPs) are a relatively new form of governance. Why are some of them highly effective, while others are not? The contributors provide an in-depth account, analysis, and comparison of 21 transnational PPPs in the area of sustainable development governance, where PPPs have been hailed by some as a solution to development problems but criticized by others. Moreover, 45 PPP projects undertaken by four service-providing partnerships in so-called 'areas of limited statehood' in South Asia (Bangladesh and India) and East Africa (Kenya and Uganda) are studied. The central aim of this volume is to identify the conditions under which these transnational PPPs are effective, that is, successful in providing collective goods (from clean water to child immunization) in areas of limited statehood. The book investigates the influence of several features of a PPP's institutional design as well as the impact of limited statehood on the effectiveness of a PPP
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Transnational partnerships : effectively providing for sustainable development?, Edited by Marianne Beisheim, Andrea Liese, (electronic book ;)
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Contents
PART I: INTRODUCTION AND ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK 1. Introduction: Transnational Partnerships for Sustainable Development-- Marianne Beisheim, Andrea Liese, and Jasmin Lorch 2. Research Design: Measuring and Explaining the Effectiveness of PPPs-- Andrea Liese and Marianne Beisheim PART II: CASE STUDIES: EFFECTIVENESS AND INTERNAL DYNAMICS OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF TRANSNATIONAL PPPS 3. Partnerships for Health - Special Focus: Service Provision-- Marco Schaferhoff 4. Partnerships for Decent Work and Food - Special Focus: Standard Setting-- Chistopher Kaan 5. Partnerships for Water and Energy - Special Focus: Knowledge Transfer-- Sabine Campe 6. Who Governs Partnerships? On the Role of Boards, Donors, Partners, and Other Stakeholders-- Marianne Beisheim, Andrea Liese, and Christian Vosseler PART III: CASE STUDIES: LOCAL-LEVEL PROJECTS OF SERVICE PARTNERSHIPS IN EAST AFRICA AND SOUTH ASIA 7. Can PPPs make it anywhere? How limited statehood and other area factors influence PPP effectiveness-- Andrea Liese, Hannah Janetschek, and Johanna Sarre 8. What's the 'Best Fit'? Partnership Project Design and its Influence on Effectiveness-- Marianne Beisheim, Hannah Janetschek, and Johanna Sarre PART IV: CONCLUSION 9. Summing Up: Key Findings and Avenues for Future Research-- Marianne Beisheim and Andrea Liese
Control code
9781137359537
Extent
288 p.
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9781137359537
Other physical details
2 b&w, line drawings, 25.
Specific material designation
unspecified
Type of computer file
PDF.
Label
Transnational partnerships : effectively providing for sustainable development?, Edited by Marianne Beisheim, Andrea Liese, (electronic book ;)
Publication
Note
Users can print and/or download individual articles/chapters and other individual items from Palgrave Connect ebooks, limited to no more than one chapter per title per authorised user
Contents
PART I: INTRODUCTION AND ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK 1. Introduction: Transnational Partnerships for Sustainable Development-- Marianne Beisheim, Andrea Liese, and Jasmin Lorch 2. Research Design: Measuring and Explaining the Effectiveness of PPPs-- Andrea Liese and Marianne Beisheim PART II: CASE STUDIES: EFFECTIVENESS AND INTERNAL DYNAMICS OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF TRANSNATIONAL PPPS 3. Partnerships for Health - Special Focus: Service Provision-- Marco Schaferhoff 4. Partnerships for Decent Work and Food - Special Focus: Standard Setting-- Chistopher Kaan 5. Partnerships for Water and Energy - Special Focus: Knowledge Transfer-- Sabine Campe 6. Who Governs Partnerships? On the Role of Boards, Donors, Partners, and Other Stakeholders-- Marianne Beisheim, Andrea Liese, and Christian Vosseler PART III: CASE STUDIES: LOCAL-LEVEL PROJECTS OF SERVICE PARTNERSHIPS IN EAST AFRICA AND SOUTH ASIA 7. Can PPPs make it anywhere? How limited statehood and other area factors influence PPP effectiveness-- Andrea Liese, Hannah Janetschek, and Johanna Sarre 8. What's the 'Best Fit'? Partnership Project Design and its Influence on Effectiveness-- Marianne Beisheim, Hannah Janetschek, and Johanna Sarre PART IV: CONCLUSION 9. Summing Up: Key Findings and Avenues for Future Research-- Marianne Beisheim and Andrea Liese
Control code
9781137359537
Extent
288 p.
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9781137359537
Other physical details
2 b&w, line drawings, 25.
Specific material designation
unspecified
Type of computer file
PDF.

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