Theorizing Public-Private Partnership Success: A Market-Based Alternative to Government

Carsten Greve, Graeme Hodge

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    ConferencePublic Management Research Conference. PMRC 2011
    Number11
    LocationThe Maxwell School of Syracuse University
    CountryUnited States
    CitySyracuse
    Period02/06/201104/06/2011
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    Greve, C., & Hodge, G. (2011). Theorizing Public-Private Partnership Success: A Market-Based Alternative to Government. Paper presented at Public Management Research Conference. PMRC 2011, Syracuse, United States.
    Greve, Carsten ; Hodge, Graeme. / Theorizing Public-Private Partnership Success : A Market-Based Alternative to Government. Paper presented at Public Management Research Conference. PMRC 2011, Syracuse, United States.23 p.
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    Theorizing Public-Private Partnership Success : A Market-Based Alternative to Government. / Greve, Carsten; Hodge, Graeme.

    2011. Paper presented at Public Management Research Conference. PMRC 2011, Syracuse, United States.

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    Greve C, Hodge G. Theorizing Public-Private Partnership Success: A Market-Based Alternative to Government. 2011. Paper presented at Public Management Research Conference. PMRC 2011, Syracuse, United States.