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Public Private Partnership for Structural Change in an Old Industrial Region in Germany

The paper provides a case study of the development of Sozialforschungsstelle Dortmund (SFS), a German public research institute, on its way from a traditional research institute to becoming a regional change agent and competence centre in an old industrial region, the Ruhr Area. Based on a strategy of PPP networking, the centre had to change its whole way of working, its products and processes, its functional organisation and personal work styles. The study shows how a public institute develops characteristics of a private company by working with private companies and for the research and consultancy market, eventually understanding itself as a competence network in a network of networks.

Bibliographische Angaben:
Franz, Hans-Werner:
Public Private Partnership for Structural Change in an Old Industrial Region in Germany;
In: Montanheiro, Luiz ; Linehan, Margaret (Hrsg.): Public Private Sector Partnerships: The Enabling Mix; S. 231-242;
Sheffield: 2000
ISBN: 0-86339-895-2