Internationale samenwerking in publiek-private netwerken (BO-20-018-006)

Project: EZproject

Project Details


In the last decade, international development cooperation activities have increased their focus on working together with the private sector to deliver development objectives. One of the programmes in which public-private partnerships (PPPs) were established was the BOCI programme, running from 2007-2012. These mainly bilateral projects started with relative small budgets and lasted for 1-3 years. Quite a few of them acted as a driver for public and/or private partners, including research institutes, to enlarge their activities. PPPs are a key element in the Topsector programmes. However, lessons learnt from PPPs in the past have not been compiled while such past experience could provide useful information for the future development of PPPs and thus also for future Topsector calls. The Netherlands Ministry of Economic Affairs and the Food & Business Knowledge Platform funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs would like to learn about critical success factors for international PPPs. The main research question to be answered is: What were critical success factors for the formation and continuation of international PPPs, in which knowledge generation and capitalisation play a role? To answer this question, we will gather information from literature but especially interviews, and conduct the analyses based on the Partnership Proposition Canvas, and the Business Model Canvas. The output will be a short brochure style document and information of the study results will be communicated through a meeting and the internet.

Effective start/end date1/01/1531/12/15


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