By Mirjam Bult-Spiering
Bult-Spiering & Dewulf: Strategic matters in PPP: again conceal textual content - draftThis ebook offers a theoretical foundation for studying public-private partnerships (PPP) which will provide researchers a greater knowing of PPP and to strengthen a extra strategic method of the subject.It analyses a number of the features and ways of PPP, drawing on a couple of overseas reviews, fairly from Europe and the united states, and it presents an intensive evaluate of the literature. It seems to be, particularly, at major PPP procurement platforms: concessions and joint ventures.The AuthorsMirjam Bult-Spiering is assistant professor Public-Private Governance of the dept development administration & Engineering on the college of Twente, The Netherlands.Geert Dewulf is professor of making plans & improvement of the dep. building administration & Engineering on the college of Twente, The Netherlands.Also of InterestPublic-Private Partnerships- handling hazards and OpportunitiesEdited through Akintola AkintoyeMatthias Beck & Cliff Hardcastle0-632-06465-XValue and danger administration- A consultant to most sensible PracticeMichael F. DallasPublished on behalf of theChartered Institute of Building1-4051-2069-XCover illustrations courtesy of George Jautze, ING genuine property basic administration (Nijmegen-Marienburg) and Erik Hermsen, Strukton Integrale Projecten (Montaigne)Cover layout by means of Simon Witter
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Actors’ fit and willingness to co-operate Challenges to PPPs caused by suboptimal utilization of partnerships are to find ways of dealing with internal disharmony. This disharmony can exist both within the partnership and within the private or public sector itself (Austin & McCaffrey, 2002). Disharmony within the partnership is caused by conflicts of interest (Rosenau, 1999). Disharmony within the sectors themselves is most dominant in the public sector because the different levels of government and different policy sectors involved are not co-operating efficiently (Bult-Spiering, 2003; Knowledge Centre Public–Private Partnerships, 2004).
Disharmony within the partnership is caused by conflicts of interest (Rosenau, 1999). Disharmony within the sectors themselves is most dominant in the public sector because the different levels of government and different policy sectors involved are not co-operating efficiently (Bult-Spiering, 2003; Knowledge Centre Public–Private Partnerships, 2004). Many literature reports suggest that the co-operation between the two different sectors often leads to negative outcomes, such as increased complexity, loss of decision-making autonomy and information asymmetry (Williamson, 1983; Pongsiri, 2002).
The following sociological concepts can be identified (Gils, 1978; Andriessen, 1989; Schultz, 1994; Achrol, 1997; Peters, 1997): n n n n n SIIC02 Commitment Flexibility Perseverance and leadership Trust Acceptance and respect. 3 General characteristics of prototype PPP (based on Bult-Spiering, 2003). Long lasting nonhierarchical patterns of relations Strong dynamics Competition External pressure Reputation is important Mutual dependencies Complementary means, qualities and activities Many different actors Network Careful internal and external communication and social support Contracts and project organization for each kind of project and each project phase Bounded to location, unique, limited in time, indivisible, large risks Solving a certain specific problem, with high priority and social relevance Domain consensus Added value — On content — On process — Financial — External Exchange of means because of scarcity — Financial means — Capacity — Expertise Project 32 Strategic Issues in Public–Private Partnerships Characteristics of Public–Private Partnerships 33 The behaviour of the actors towards each other can be explained by these concepts.