This project illustrates numerous drivers and barriers in Public-Private Innovation (PPI) collaborations, and the impact these have on the final innovation. We explore PPI through two cases, where we have interviewed the relevant parties involved in the projects, in which drivers and barriers are identified. These are analysed with perspectives on actor behaviour in a network, as it is perceived in interdependence theory and socialist institutionalism. The analysis illustrates that there are numerous drivers and barriers in the PPI collaborations, though not all are common for both cases. It is identified that some of these drivers and barriers, though not all, have a clear impact on the final innovation. The project concludes that PPI in general is viewed as a positive way of collaborating between public and private parties.
|Uddannelser||Forvaltning, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor el. kandidat|
|Udgivelsesdato||9 jan. 2015|
- Offentlig privat innovationssamarbejde