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Privat-offentliga partnerskap- Vad händer med det offentliga etoset?

Kasperczyk, Adrian LU (2019) STVK02 20182
Department of Political Science
Abstract
The public sector has approached the private sector, which can be seen in, for example, private public partnership (PPP). In this study, the relationship between democratic process and substance requirements within PPP is examined. The purpose of the thesis is to qualitatively examine what place democratic process and substance requirements possess in PPP and how it relates to institutional logic in municipal administrations. The purpose is answered by examining the institutional logic of the public sector within the innovation platform "Future by Lund" (FBL) located in Lund, Sweden based on democratic process and substance values. Through a project application and interviews with public persons in different management positions in... (More)
The public sector has approached the private sector, which can be seen in, for example, private public partnership (PPP). In this study, the relationship between democratic process and substance requirements within PPP is examined. The purpose of the thesis is to qualitatively examine what place democratic process and substance requirements possess in PPP and how it relates to institutional logic in municipal administrations. The purpose is answered by examining the institutional logic of the public sector within the innovation platform "Future by Lund" (FBL) located in Lund, Sweden based on democratic process and substance values. Through a project application and interviews with public persons in different management positions in relation to the FBL, it is studied how they reason and motivate the business. For the analysis, ideal types of process and substance requirements are contextualized from the theoretical framework of “offentligt etos” and "local government institutional logic" in the study. The results of the essay indicate that the process and substance requirements within PPP are achieved. The process and substance requirements that one does not live up to take into account the political and hierarchical governance, but instead focuses on citizens' influence and interest. (Less)
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Kasperczyk, Adrian LU
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STVK02 20182
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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keywords
PPP, Process, Substance, Institutional logics, Public sector
language
Swedish
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8965156
date added to LUP
2019-03-21 10:01:43
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2019-03-21 10:01:43
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  abstract     = {The public sector has approached the private sector, which can be seen in, for example, private public partnership (PPP). In this study, the relationship between democratic process and substance requirements within PPP is examined. The purpose of the thesis is to qualitatively examine what place democratic process and substance requirements possess in PPP and how it relates to institutional logic in municipal administrations. The purpose is answered by examining the institutional logic of the public sector within the innovation platform "Future by Lund" (FBL) located in Lund, Sweden based on democratic process and substance values. Through a project application and interviews with public persons in different management positions in relation to the FBL, it is studied how they reason and motivate the business. For the analysis, ideal types of process and substance requirements are contextualized from the theoretical framework of “offentligt etos” and "local government institutional logic" in the study. The results of the essay indicate that the process and substance requirements within PPP are achieved. The process and substance requirements that one does not live up to take into account the political and hierarchical governance, but instead focuses on citizens' influence and interest.},
  author       = {Kasperczyk, Adrian},
  keyword      = {PPP,Process,Substance,Institutional logics,Public sector},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Privat-offentliga partnerskap- Vad händer med det offentliga etoset?},
  year         = {2019},
}