Exploring the Policy Space between Markets and States
Global Public-Private Partnerships
This chapter explores the influence of global public-private partnerships in the policy space between states and markets. The findings reveal that global public-private partnerships come in many in forms, driven by different motivations, following different modes of partnering and pursuing a variety of purposes. The result also indicates that global public-private partnerships are here to stay and that their implications for the conventional system of international cooperation are potentially far-reaching and mixed.
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