This article investigates how collaboration processes, hereunder trust and legitimacy, are affected by diverse incentives for collaboration among the involved key players in the cross-sector collaborations between The Agency for Culture and Palaces and Roskilde Festival and SPOT Festival regarding international culture projects. Modern literature on Cultural Diplomacy and Cross-Sector Collaborations is reviewed to find a gap in the existing knowledge, which the article seeks to fill. A social constructivist perspective on knowledge formation is adopted parallel to the methodological approach consisting of five semi structured interviews with key informants from the involved organizations. Furthermore the strategies behind the projects are analyzed and interpreted as to understand the context of the partnerships. The prerequisites and conditions of the two partnerships are analyzed focussing on mutual resource dependency, preexisting relationships, and shared sense of narrative. Eventually this leads to the conclusion of mutual trust and legitimacy being variables partly defined by the prerequisites and general conditions of the partnerships and partly by the individual key players’ agendas and interests.
|Uddannelser||Virksomhedsstudier, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Kandidat|
|Udgivelsesdato||16 dec. 2019|