How to apply PPPs to any field

 

 

PPP Conference

 
DAY 1    LAW & ORDER       DEFENCE    EMERGENCY SERVICES
8/2002 Alex Alexandrou & Peter Moran Partnership or Substitution?   The Police Service of England and Wales
8/2002 Julian Lloyd & Inger Boyett & Graeme Currie Partners in crime, collaborative working and crime reduction
8/2002 Arthur L Smith Public-private partnerships in military housing
7/2001 Richard Stack The case against private prisons
7/2001 Arthur L Smith Managed competition of military support services
5/1999 Alan Murdock & Ole Qvist Pederson Delivering emergency and rescue services – explaining and understanding different forms of public, private and voluntary provision: a comparison of Northern European and North American models.
SBC 1994 Kevan Scholes Bringing planning to life at Northumbria Police (from Exploring Public Sector Strategy – Instructor’s Manual ISBN 3 2007 00280209 5)
SHU 1998 Vassilis Monastiriotis The Economic Impact of Military Spending  (Essays on International Cooperation & Defence ISBN 3 2007 002262100 8)
SHU 1998 M Hough Crime in South Africa – A National Security Issue?  (Essays on International Cooperation & Defence ISBN 3 2007 002262100 8)
 
DAY 2          INFRASTRUCTURE     UTILITIES     TELECOMMUNICAT IONS      WATER      ELECTRICITY    OIL & GAS     SEWERAGE
8/2002 Nutavoot Pongsiri Partnership in Thailand: A case study of the electric utility industry
8/2002 Adepoju Adeleke Investment opportunities for small-medium-scales enterprises and partnership development project in the oil and gas industry of Nigeria
7/2001 Nevenka Hrovatin Regulatory Constraints in Governing Utilities in the EU
7/2001 Edokat E O Tafah & Aloysius M Njong & Moses A Ofeh Partnerships in Municipal Service Delivery: The case of solid waste management in Bafoussam, Cameroon
7/2001 Alessandro Ancarani Perspectives in Water Service Management in Italy
6/2000 Liu Hung-Hwei Institutionalised strategic partnership: an enabling State-industrial collaboration in technological innovation in Taiwan
6/2000 Sven-Olaf Collin Ownership strategies in Swedish municipal corporations
5/1999 Allessandro Ancarani The efficiency of water supply service in Sicily
5/1999 Emma Wallis Anthracite and Anachronism:  privatisation, technology and performance management in a South Wales coal mine.
 
DAY 3          TRANSPORT  INFRASTRUCTURE     RAIL     ROADS     TUNNELS    BRIDGES 
8/2002 Heleen Weening Management uncertainty – Dutch transport infrastructure
8/2002 Frans de Braekeleer The mobility problem around the City of Antwerp: in search of PPP
8/2002 Mehraz Boolaky Public versus private enterprise: a comparative study in public transport
7/2001 David E Jenkins & Anita Medhekar-Smith The impact of Australia’s National Competition Policy on the road-works activities of Local Councils in Queensland.
6/2000 Marzena Plewik Public-private partnership: toll motorways construction in Poland
6/2000 Luiz Montanheiro The economic aspect within the enabling mix of public-private partnerships
5/1999 Geoffrey Smith & Edward Borodzicz Safety culture and the railways: some observations on the transition from public to private partnership
 
DAY 4          HUMAN SERVICES    HEALTH   HOSPITALS  REMOTE AREAS          EDUCATION   PRIMARY  SECONDARY   TERTIARY
8/2002 Scott Gardner & Brynjulf Tellefsen Fro fiefdoms to knowledge centres: constituent market orientation as a platform for transforation and repositioning Australia’s new universities.
7/2001 Stanka Setnikar-Cankar & Janko Berlogar Public Sector Reform: Health Care in Slovenia
7/2001 Carolyn Currie Performance Evaluation of Australian Universities
7/2001 Patrick Carson Radical Experiments in the Human Services Sector in Australia
7/2001 Halil Nadiri & Turgay Avci Public Private Sector Partnerships in Higher Education (North Cyprus)
6/2000 Alex Alexandrou & Carynne Colpus Balancing the scales for education: an analytical framework for public-private partmerships
6/2000 Roulla Hagen Globalization pressures for university transformation and economic regeneration
6/2000 Zoë I Greenwell & Brian Shaw Uneasy bedfellows: Public –private sector supply chain partnerships in the NHS
 
DAY 5          FAMILY SERVICES    WELFARE HOUSING    NURSING HOMES                 CULTURE   ARTS
7/2001 Ennique Banius & C Barcenilla Silvia Gurgindo Public-Private Partnerships in the Cultural Sector:  Are all systems the same?
6/2000 Ennique Banius & Mario Camino Barcenilla Public-private co-operation – Spanish Opera Houses
SHU 1993 Gillian Feam & Helen Molloy Sustainability in a Social Setting – The case of Doncaster Women’s Aid (Managing in Enterprise Contexts ISBN 3 2007 00262108 1)
SHU 1994 Robert Jones The Citizen’s Charter Program: An evaluation, using Hirschman’s concepts of “Exit” and “Voice” (The Public Sector in Transition ISBN 3 2007 002802 16 0)
  Luiz Montanheiro & Carolyn Currie Synopsis Seminar

 

All articles taken from The International Journal of
Public-Private Partnerships

ISSN No. 1463-371XOr from conference proceedings – see http://extra.shu.ac.uk/ijppp/and  
L.C.Montanheiro @shu.ac.uk http://www.ijppp.com (PPP studies: www.bsb.ac)