Public-Private Partnerships: Theory and Practice in International Perspective

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Taylor & Francis, Jan 22, 2002 - Business & Economics - 368 pages
Public-Private partnerships are an increasing aspect of the delivery of public policies and services across the world. This book is the first to draw upon a range of disciplines to offer theoretical perspectives upon their analysis as well as a range of case-studies of their management from around the world. It also offers a number of frameworks for the evaluation of their management. This book will be of interest to students of public policy and public management, whether at the undergraduate or postgraduate level.

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Stephen Osborne was born in Pangnirtung in 1947. In 2004 he was a recipient of the CBC Literary Award, the Vancouver Arts Award for Writing and Publishing, and the National Magazine Foundation Special Achievement Award. He won the first Event Creative Non-fiction Prize, and is an award-winning columnist for "Geist" magazine, where many of the pieces in "Ice & Fire "got their start. He is the founder of Arsenal Pulp Press and editor and founder of "Geist" magazine. His work has appeared in numerous periodicals, and the title story in his collection was translated into Inuktitut and appeared in "Inuktitut" magazine.

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