Public-Private Partnerships for Social and Human Services: A Case Study of Nonprofit Organizations in Alabama
HUA XU and KAREN MORGAN
PAQ, Vol. 36 No. 3, (2012)
This paper seeks to provide an integrated theoretical framework for public-private partnership (PPPs) via the incorporation of network and collaboration perspectives, the examination of past empirical research in PPPs, and the findings in research conducted on PPPs. The authors argue that this integrated framework can contribute to the literature on PPPs and lead to a deeper understanding of the concepts involved. Applying the framework, the case study of Alabama PPPs in area of social and human services confirms some of the empirical findings from other research but also exhibits a certain variation
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