Roehrich , M. Lewis , G. Are public-private partnerships a healthy option? A systematic literature review.
Are Public-Private Partnerships a Healthy Option? A Systematic Literature Review
Are public–private partnerships a healthy option? A systematic literature review - CORE
During the last decades, public authorities worldwide have invested heavily in electronic public services PSs. This includes efforts for Although many PS models exist, none has been universally accepted. Public Service Models: a systematic literature review and synthesis. We synthesize formerly dispersed research perspectives into a Nonetheless, PPPs continue to be deployed for a range of public sector In this article, we engage in a comprehensive review of the PPP literature and
A Holistic Review of Public-Private Partnership Literature Published between 2008 and 2018
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AbstractGovernments around the world, but especially in Europe, have increasingly used private sector involvement in developing, financing and providing public health infrastructure and service delivery through public—private partnerships PPPs. Reasons for this uptake are manifold ranging from rising expenditures for refurbishing, maintaining and operating public assets, and increasing constraints on government budgets stifle, seeking innovation through private sector acumen and aiming for better risk management. Although PPPs have attracted practitioner and academic interest over the last two decades, there has been no attempt to integrate the general and health management literature to provide a holistic view of PPPs in healthcare delivery. This study analyzes over publications from a wide range of disciplines over a year time period. We find that despite the scale and significance of the phenomenon, there is relatively limited conceptualization and in-depth empirical investigation.