Falck-supported researcher maps public-private partnerships
There is no doubt that what is crucial for building a successful partnership is trust and dedication of the involved employees from both organizations. But how is this trust built? What can create trust in public-private partnerships?
This is what Christiane Stelling has been looking at in her thesis on public-private partnerships around Denmark and Germany, researching among other things, what Falck can do to be a good partner for public organizations.
The thesis was defended 30 June 2014 at Copenhagen Business School. The assesment committee consisted of professor Liv Egholm Feldt (chair), Copenhagen Business School, professor Guido Möllering, Jacobs University, Bremen, and professor Graeme Hodge, Monash University Australia.
The PhD project was funded by Falck and the Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation.
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