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Governing Non-Equity Public-Private Joint Ventures: New public governance in Emerging Economies

Kesseba, Khaled ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6014-7106 (2022) Governing Non-Equity Public-Private Joint Ventures: New public governance in Emerging Economies. In: Responsiveness in Business Environments: New Ways to Thrive, 27-29 October 2022, Florida, US. (Submitted)

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Non-Equity Public-Private Joint Ventures (NE-PPJVs) are one of the pervasive forms of Public-Private Partnerships in sovereign industries of emerging economies. They
entail a state-international business relationship to extract and develop mineral reserves.
The complexities in governing the partnership transcend the contractual agreement due to the tightness of the organizational form, and the state biased hierarchal structure within three core exchanges: the management-staff exchange, the inter-organisational exchange and the intra-organisational exchange. Research has shown that several noncontractual factors may influence and drive the governance and performance of a wide
range of PPPs. However, which factors are linked to the core exchanges of tight partnerships remains unclear. Building on the concepts of, principal-agent theory, and network governance, this article addresses the relational and managerial performance factors influencing the governance of NE-PPJVs in emerging economies. Qualitative
empirical data was gathered by interviewing public and private senior executives in the field. The findings identified seven factors within the three core exchanges of the partnership. Such findings corroborated with the overarching tenants of the New Public Governance

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Status: Submitted
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HD Industries. Land use. Labor > HD28 Management. Industrial Management
School/Department: London Campus
URI: https://ray.yorksj.ac.uk/id/eprint/7474

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