• Why partnerships for development?
  • In which context do partnerships operate?
  • What are partnerships?
  • How to make partnerships work?
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  • Drost, S. (Sarah)
  • Pfisterer, S.M. (Stella)
Tuesday, 29 October 2013
This study presents the insights of 294 state, market and civil society actors engaged in cross-sector partnerships all over the world. From 2008-2012 they were questioned on their experiences with -often- complex partnerships. We wanted to identify a number of common denominators that practitioners…
How to make cross-partnerships work? Critical success factors for partnering cover
  • Van Tulder, R. (Rob)
  • Van Tilburg, R. (Rob)
  • Francken, M. (Mara)
  • Da Rosa, A. (Andrea)
Monday, 23 September 2013
Lessons from Frontrunner Companies by Rob van Tulder, Rob Tilburg, Mara Francken and Andrea Rosa. How do businesses make the business case for sustainability? A new and revised English edition of an award-nominated Dutch book reveals the decision-making processes and perceptions of CEOs and middle…
Managing the Transition to a Sustainable Enterprise cover
Friday, 31 May 2013
This compendium presents reflection essays written by participants of the module Partnerships for International Sustainable Development of the Postgraduate Course “International Sustainable Development 2013” for professionals in business and society. This module was organized by the University…
Compendium on Partnerships for International Sustainable Development cover
  • Vock, M. (Marlene)
  • Van Dolen, W.M. (Willemijn)
  • Kolk, A. (Ans)
Tuesday, 1 January 2013
While most research on business-nonprofit partnerships has focused on macro and meso perspectives, this paper pays attention to the micro level. Drawing on various theoretical perspectives from both marketing and management, we conceptually relate the outcomes of active employee participation in…
Micro-Level Interactions in Business-Nonprofit Partnerships cover
  • Kolk, A. (Ans)
Tuesday, 1 January 2013
This chapter examines partnerships and their peculiarities, based on recent research from various disciplines, in the context of the large problems faced by (global) society. These problems are very complex, often cross national boundaries, and cannot easily be 'solved' by one single actor. Previous…
Partnerships as panacea for addressing global problems? cover
  • Van der Heul, A. (Anke)
Thursday, 29 November 2012
NGOs are increasingly working with the business sector as partner for enhancing the effectiveness of their own development projects and vice versa. This results in an increasing amount of Profit-Nonprofit Partnerships (PNPs). In her research project, Anke van der Heul aimed to better understand the…
Dutch NGOs and Private Sector Partnerships cover
  • Van Tilburg, R. (Rob)
  • Van Tulder, R. (Rob)
  • Francken, M. (Mara)
  • Da Rosa, A. (Andrea)
Friday, 28 September 2012
Op 28 september 2012 presenteerde Stichting Management Studies tijdens een druk bezocht middagsymposium in Amersfoort het nieuwe boek “Duurzaam ondernemen waarmaken, het bedrijfskundig perspectief”. Het boek is gebaseerd op een onderzoek dat Royal HaskoningDHV (Ir. Rob van Tilburg van DHV, drs. Mara…
Duurzaam ondernemen waarmaken cover
  • Bulkeley, H. (Harriet)
  • Duffy, R. (Rosaleen)
  • Kolk, A. (Ans)
  • Newell, P. (Peter)
Tuesday, 11 September 2012
With this paper we present an analysis of sixty transnational governance initiatives and assess the implications for our understanding of the roles of public and private actors, the legitimacy of governance 'beyond' the state, and the North-South dimensions of governing climate change. In the first…
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  • Posthumus, B. (Bram)
Saturday, 1 September 2012
PSO, ICCO, Centre for Development Innovation (Wageningen University) and the Partnership Resource Centre (Erasmus University, Rotterdam) proudly present a joint publication with the latest insights on cooperation between Business and Civil Society actors for development. This digital publication is…
CSO’s and Businesses; joint agents for change cover
Friday, 1 June 2012
This is the first yearly report of the Partnerships Resource Centre (PrC). The Partnerships Resource Centre (PrC) is built up as a flexible learning network around partnerships for sustainable development. This implies that it is at the centre of a (virtual) network of professionals, academics…
Annual Report 2011 cover