Our research focuses on the fact that deep-rooted societal problems call for collaboration between the public, private, and civil society sectors, prompting an increasing number of collaborative PPPs.
We are interested in various topics linked to PPPs. This includes, among others, questions related to the governance structure, interest alignment, boundary management, beneficiary involvement, and the role of broker organizations.
Teaching & Praxis
We offer course modules in Master and MBA programs and supervise Master and Bachelor Theses related to PPP topics.
In Fall 2013, 2014, and 2015 we offered an introductory online course on PPPs at www.coursera.org.
We are a small team working at the Geneva PPP Research Center of the University of Geneva. We build on a strong network and collaborate with many partners in order to conduct interesting research and teaching projects in the area of PPPs.
If you have any questions or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact us.We speak English, French, Turkish, Spanish, and German.
The Geneva PPP Research Center works in collaboration with a number of partners.It has close links to the Chair of Organization and Management (GSEM, University of Geneva) which encourages the Center to focus on organization-related PPP research.Moreover, many case studies and research projects have been conducted together with the INSEAD Humanitarian Research Group – and further projects will follow. Links to the Center for Organizational Excellence (CORE) provide the Geneva PPP Research Center a platform to reconnect topics related to PPPs to the broader issues of organizational management. Likewise, the Center benefits from links to the Graduate Institute, thereby complementing the organizational perspective on PPPs with questions of global governance and political concerns.
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