New research on PPPs by Van Slyke published in ARPA and LGS journals
American Review of Public Administration,Local Government Studies
David M. Van Slyke
Two studies on public-private partnerships co-authored by David Van Slyke, dean of the Maxwell School and Louis A. Bantle Chair in Business and Government Policy, were recently published.
"Citizen Attitudes Towards Public–Private Partnerships" was published in the American Review of Public Administration and examines the factors that influence public attitudes toward public–private partnerships (PPPs) through an analysis of public opinion data collected in 2014.
"Analysing managerial perceptions of when and how to structure public involvement in public-private partnerships" was published in Local Government Studies and examines the modes and sequencing of public involvement perceived to be important throughout the development of a PPP.