Academic director at the Public-Private platform Carsten Greve is part of a new research project on public-private partnerships that has received funding from ANZSOG – the Australian and New Zealand School of Government and has support from the Victorian Auditor General’s Office.
På workshoppen Lærende og Levende Byer blev der talt om og arbejdet med, hvordan man kan overskride de formelle lærings-og ledelsesrum som mødelokalet, konferencerummet, klasselokalet og auditoret. Det var en succesfuld dag med eksemplarisk fremmøde.
We are proud to share the news, that PP platform member Karen Boll together with a team of 10 researchers just have received a European Commission Horizon 2020 grant: totalling 18,6 million DDK. The project runs for 5 years and is called FairTax. The participants come amongst other from Sweden, Norway, Germany and UK – and the grant will be divided amongst the participating institutions.
The PPP Shifting Forms of Public Governance cluster has planned a seminar series which will take place within the coming year. The seminar’s will consist of brief 10 to 15 minutes presentations from researchers in the cluster, followed by dialogue and feedback. The seminar’s duration is one-and-a-half hour and look into themes such as strategic leadership as well as the law, the organisation and management in public administration/governance.