This comprehensive book provides a unique comparative policy
analysis of public-private partnerships (PPPs) in 14 Western
European countries - from Scandinavia to Greece - bringing together
important insights from government and politics as well as
economics and institutional analysis. Thomas Krumm focuses on
political drivers for policy change in favour of PPPs, and the
supportive and limiting socioeconomic and institutional conditions.
Using comparative data, he charts key policies and actors involved
in supporting collaboration between the State and private business
organisations across Western Europe. Students and scholars of
public policy, regulation and comparative politics, among other
disciplines, will find this book to be useful in their research or
teaching. It will also be of substantial interest to PPP
practitioners, and other specialists in the subject.
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