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Public-Private Partnerships on Two-sided Markets

Frangeur, Rikard LU and Jacobson, Herman LU (2015) FEKN90 20151
Department of Business Administration
Abstract
Abstract
Title: Public-Private Partnerships on Two-sided Markets
Seminar date: 26 May 2015
Course: FEKN90
Authors: Herman Jacobson and Rikard Frangeur
Supervisor: Dr. Magnus Johansson
Key words: Stakeholder Management, Private Public Partnership, Two-sided Market, Network Effects, Dominant Design
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to deepen the understanding of how a private, stakeholder-oriented party is supposed to successfully participate in a Public-Private Partnership, where the goal is to support the development of a two-sided emerging market. This includes the creation of a theoretical framework based on a fusion of previous research. The intention of this study is to contribute with new insights by confirming this... (More)
Abstract
Title: Public-Private Partnerships on Two-sided Markets
Seminar date: 26 May 2015
Course: FEKN90
Authors: Herman Jacobson and Rikard Frangeur
Supervisor: Dr. Magnus Johansson
Key words: Stakeholder Management, Private Public Partnership, Two-sided Market, Network Effects, Dominant Design
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to deepen the understanding of how a private, stakeholder-oriented party is supposed to successfully participate in a Public-Private Partnership, where the goal is to support the development of a two-sided emerging market. This includes the creation of a theoretical framework based on a fusion of previous research. The intention of this study is to contribute with new insights by confirming this framework based on empirical findings.
Methodology: This study is a qualitative case study of how Vattenfall successfully participated in Elbilsupphandlingen with a deductive approach with some inductive features. A theoretical framework was developed. Semi-structured in-depth interviews with different key representatives from the main organizations involved in Elbilsupphandlingen were conducted. Thereafter, all the interviews were transcribed and then followed by a pattern matching to confirm the theoretical framework.
Theoretical perspectives: The study’s theoretical chapter includes three theoretical segments consisting of Stakeholder Theory, Two-sided Emerging Markets and Collaboration. The different theoretical segments conducted are in the end of the chapter put together into underlying factors and a theoretical framework for the study is presented.
Empirical foundation: The empirical data mainly consists of the responses from 13 interviewees with 12 different representatives connected to key organizations involved in Elbilsupphandlingen.
Conclusion: The study has resulted in a framework that has been comparing theory with empirical findings. The framework presents a description of the underlying factors needed for a Stakeholder-Oriented company to succeed in Public-Private Partnership with the prime purpose of supporting a Two-sided Emerging Market. (Less)
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The purpose of this study is to deepen the understanding of how a private, stakeholder-oriented party is supposed to successfully participate in a Public-Private Partnership, where the goal is to support the development of a two-sided emerging market. This includes the creation of a theoretical framework based on a fusion of previous research. The intention of this study is to contribute with new insights by confirming this framework based on empirical findings.
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Frangeur, Rikard LU and Jacobson, Herman LU
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- A Case Study of Elbilsupphandlingen
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FEKN90 20151
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H1 - Master's Degree (One Year)
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Stakeholder Management, Private Public Partnership, Two-sided Market, Network Effects, Dominant Design
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English
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7363075
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Title: Public-Private Partnerships on Two-sided Markets	
Seminar date: 26 May 2015
Course: FEKN90
Authors: Herman Jacobson and Rikard Frangeur
Supervisor: Dr. Magnus Johansson
Key words: Stakeholder Management, Private Public Partnership, Two-sided Market, Network Effects, Dominant Design 
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to deepen the understanding of how a private, stakeholder-oriented party is supposed to successfully participate in a Public-Private Partnership, where the goal is to support the development of a two-sided emerging market. This includes the creation of a theoretical framework based on a fusion of previous research. The intention of this study is to contribute with new insights by confirming this framework based on empirical findings. 
Methodology: This study is a qualitative case study of how Vattenfall successfully participated in Elbilsupphandlingen with a deductive approach with some inductive features. A theoretical framework was developed. Semi-structured in-depth interviews with different key representatives from the main organizations involved in Elbilsupphandlingen were conducted. Thereafter, all the interviews were transcribed and then followed by a pattern matching to confirm the theoretical framework. 
Theoretical perspectives: The study’s theoretical chapter includes three theoretical segments consisting of Stakeholder Theory, Two-sided Emerging Markets and Collaboration. The different theoretical segments conducted are in the end of the chapter put together into underlying factors and a theoretical framework for the study is presented. 
Empirical foundation: The empirical data mainly consists of the responses from 13 interviewees with 12 different representatives connected to key organizations involved in Elbilsupphandlingen. 
Conclusion: The study has resulted in a framework that has been comparing theory with empirical findings. The framework presents a description of the underlying factors needed for a Stakeholder-Oriented company to succeed in Public-Private Partnership with the prime purpose of supporting a Two-sided Emerging Market.},
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