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SWEDISH LEADERSHIP FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Kadar, Anna-Elisabeta LU and Taggu, Malin LU (2014) FEKN90 20141
Department of Business Administration
Abstract
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to describe and analyze a PPP in regards to shared val-ue and organizational effects.
Methodology: A deductive, qualitative, case study approach is used to explore the answer to the research question. Data is collected from a single case, through eight semi-structured in-terviews and a survey.
Theoretical frame of reference: An integrated model, based on a literature review in the areas of public-private partnerships, creating shared value, and policy implementation, is used to understand and analyze the empirical findings.

Empirical foundations: The empirical foundation is based on eight semi-structured inter-views with Sida and a survey with the participating corporations from the case; Swedish... (More)
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to describe and analyze a PPP in regards to shared val-ue and organizational effects.
Methodology: A deductive, qualitative, case study approach is used to explore the answer to the research question. Data is collected from a single case, through eight semi-structured in-terviews and a survey.
Theoretical frame of reference: An integrated model, based on a literature review in the areas of public-private partnerships, creating shared value, and policy implementation, is used to understand and analyze the empirical findings.

Empirical foundations: The empirical foundation is based on eight semi-structured inter-views with Sida and a survey with the participating corporations from the case; Swedish Leadership for Sustainable Development.

Conclusions: Institutional logic cannot be ignored when entering a partnership; first and foremost the purpose of the partnership has to be of equivalent strategic importance for all partners. Furthermore, when selecting partners, core capabilities of the partners have to be interdependent for the partnership to generate benefits for society – the whole has to be great-er than the sum of its parts. (Less)
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author
Kadar, Anna-Elisabeta LU and Taggu, Malin LU
supervisor
organization
alternative title
Is The Whole Greater Than The Sum Of Its Parts?
course
FEKN90 20141
year
type
M3 - Professional qualifications ( - 4 Years)
subject
keywords
Creating Shared Value (CSV), Policy implementation, Public-Private Partnership (PPP), Sida, Sustainable development
language
English
id
4586603
date added to LUP
2014-08-12 11:16:57
date last changed
2014-08-12 11:16:57
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  abstract     = {Purpose: The purpose of this study is to describe and analyze a PPP in regards to shared val-ue and organizational effects.
Methodology: A deductive, qualitative, case study approach is used to explore the answer to the research question. Data is collected from a single case, through eight semi-structured in-terviews and a survey.
Theoretical frame of reference: An integrated model, based on a literature review in the areas of public-private partnerships, creating shared value, and policy implementation, is used to understand and analyze the empirical findings.

Empirical foundations: The empirical foundation is based on eight semi-structured inter-views with Sida and a survey with the participating corporations from the case; Swedish Leadership for Sustainable Development.

Conclusions: Institutional logic cannot be ignored when entering a partnership; first and foremost the purpose of the partnership has to be of equivalent strategic importance for all partners. Furthermore, when selecting partners, core capabilities of the partners have to be interdependent for the partnership to generate benefits for society – the whole has to be great-er than the sum of its parts.},
  author       = {Kadar, Anna-Elisabeta and Taggu, Malin},
  keyword      = {Creating Shared Value (CSV),Policy implementation,Public-Private Partnership (PPP),Sida,Sustainable development},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {SWEDISH LEADERSHIP FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT},
  year         = {2014},
}