Lilly Family School of Philanthropy Theses and Dissertations Название: How To Give: Effectiveness Of Partnership Between Public And Civil Society Sectors In International Humanitarian Aid, Julianna Koksarova
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Lilly Family School of Philanthropy Theses and Dissertations
Democracy Aid in Post-Communist Russia: Case Studies of the Ford Foundation, the C.S. Mott Foundation, and the National .... HOW TO GIVE: EFFECTIVENESS OF PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN PUBLIC AND CIVIL SOCIETY SECTORS IN INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN AID . Koksarova

This research uses descriptive data and inferential analysis, based on interviews with 10 representatives of humanitarian agencies that partner with the European Commission's Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Office. The study uses public-private partnership (PPP) in humanitarian settings as a unique opportunity to investigate partnership as a process and contribute to a nascent collaboration theory. It gives scholars and practitioners of philanthropy insights into the question: "how to give?" It also provides collaboration research and public policy with guidance on how to create stronger partnerships and increase the likelihood of better collaboration outcomes as well as how to better deal with hazards in order to mitigate disaster outbreaks.

How to give: Effectiveness of partnership between public and civil society sectors in international humanitarian aid This study demonstrates application of the Demand/Supply Model that derives from the Three Failures Theory to the study of partnership effectiveness, showing that effective partnership is a partnership that provides each partner with assets that help them spend fewer resources on achieving their goals than when working alone, by compensating for each other's weaknesses while maximizing their own strengths. If your library subscribes to the ProQuest Dissertations & Theses (PQDT) database, you may be entitled to a free electronic version of this graduate work. If not, you will have the option to purchase one, and access a 24 page preview for free (if available). With nearly 4 million records, the ProQuest Dissertations & Theses (PQDT) Global database is the most comprehensive collection of dissertations and theses in the world. However, different stages of partnership require different levels of compensation mechanisms from partnership participants to ensure that both actors maximize their strengths while achieving their missions. PQDT Global combines content from a range of the world's premier universities - from the Ivy League to the Russell Group.

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    Democracy Aid in Post-Communist Russia: Case Studies of the Ford Foundation, the C.S. Mott Foundation, and the National .... HOW TO GIVE: EFFECTIVENESSOF PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN PUBLIC AND CIVIL SOCIETY SECTORS ININTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN AID . Ko...

    How To Give: Effectiveness Of Partnership Between Public And Civil Society Sectors In International Humanitarian Aid, Julianna Koksarova

    It gives scholars and practitioners of philanthropy insights into the question: "how to give?" It also provides collaboration research and public policy with guidance on how to create stronger partnerships and increase the likelihood of better collaboration outcomes as well as how to better deal with hazards in order to mitigate disaster outbreaks. If your library subscribes to the ProQuest Dissertations & Theses (PQDT) database, you may be entitled to a free electronic version of this graduate work. However, different stages of partnership require different levels of compensation mechanisms from partnership participants to ensure that both actors maximize their strengths while achieving their missions.

    This research uses descriptive data and inferential analysis, based on interviews with 10 representatives of humanitarian agencies that partner with the European Commission's Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Office. If not, you will have the option to purchase one, and access a 24 page preview for free (if available).

    PQDT Global combines content from a range of the world's premier universities - from the Ivy League to the Russell Group. How to give: Effectiveness of partnership between public and civil society sectors in international humanitarian aid This study demonstrates application of the Demand/Supply Model that derives from the Three Failures Theory to the study of partnership effectiveness, showing that effective partnership is a partnership that provides each partner with assets that help them spend fewer resources on achieving their goals than when working alone, by compensating for each other's weaknesses while maximizing their own strengths. With nearly 4 million records, the ProQuest Dissertations & Theses (PQDT) Global database is the most comprehensive collection of dissertations and theses in the world. The study uses public-private partnership (PPP) in humanitarian settings as a unique opportunity to investigate partnership as a process and contribute to a nascent collaboration theory.

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