cgdbp

Department of Organization

  • Centre for Public Organization, Value and Innovation (POVI)
Carsten
Greve
Professor
,
PhD


Room: KIL/14.A-4.81
Tel:
+4538153598
E-mail: cagr.ioa@cbs.dk
Carsten Greve
Presentation

Carsten Greve is professor of public management and governance. His main research areas are public management reform and public-private partnerships. He is co-director of the CBS Public Private.

Primary research areas
  • Public management and governance
  • Public management reform
  • Public-private partnerships
  • Market-based governance
Curriculum Vitae
Social media
Links
Link to this homepage
www.cbs.dk/en/staff/cgdbp
Courses
  • Leading Reform and Change (Master of Public Governance compulsory module).
Supervision
  • I currently co-supervise 1 PhD student. I have supervised 8 successful PhD  students at CBS.
Selected publications
  • Hodge, G. & Greve, C. 2017. “On Public–private Partnership Performance : A Contemporary Review”. In: Public  Works Management & Policy, Vol. 22, No. 1, 1.2017, 55-78.
  • Greve, C., Lægreid, P. & Rykkja, L.H. Eds. 2016. Nordic Administrative Reforms. Lessons for Public Management. London: Palgrave MacMillan.
  • Ejersbo, N. & Greve, C. “Digital Era Governance Reform and Accountability : The Case of Denmark”. In: The Routledge Handbook to Accountability and Welfare State Reforms in Europe. ed. /Christensen. T.; Lægreid, P. Abingdon Routledge 2017, 267-279
  • Greve, C. & Hodge, G. (eds). (2013) Rethinking Public-Private Partnerships. Strategies for Turbulent Times. London: Routledge.
Publications sorted by:
2018
Sarah Wadmann; Iben Emilie Christensen; Carsten Greve / Breaking Up Is Never Easy : Managing Markets with Dominant Providers. A Case Study of Ambulance Service Contracting Out.
Paper presented at The 22nd Annual Conference of International Research Society for Public Management. IRSPM 2018, 2018
Paper > peer review
Lene Tolstrup Christensen; Carsten Greve / Choosing State Owned Enterprises over Public-Private Partnerships for Infrastructure Governance : Explaining Institutional Change with Evidence from Denmark’s Transport Sector.
In: International Public Management Review, Vol. 18, No. 2, 2018, p. 137-161
Journal article > peer review
Graeme Hodge; Carsten Greve / Contemporary Public-private Partnership : Towards a Global Research .
In: Financial Accountability & Management, Vol. 34, No. 1, 2018, p. 3-16
Journal article > peer review
Graeme A. Hodge; Carsten Greve; Mhamed Biygautane / Do PPP’s Work? : What and How Have We Been Learning So Far?.
In: Public Management Review , Vol. 20, No. 8, 2018, p. 1105-1121
Journal article > peer review
Dorthe Pedersen; Carsten Greve / Double Capacity Building as Response to Wicked Policy Problems : The Danish Emergency Management Reform.
Paper presented at The 22nd Annual Conference of International Research Society for Public Management. IRSPM 2018, 2018
Paper > peer review
Peter Maskell; Rikke Søgaard Berth; Jens Bødtcher-Hansen; Bjørn B. Christiansen; Carsten Greve; Pernille Wegener Jessen; Michael Svane / Ekspertudvalget om Havneloven : Anbefalinger.
København : Transport-, Bygnings- og Boligministeriet 2018, 23 p.
Report
Rianne Warsen; Carsten Greve; Erik-Hans Klijn; Joop Koppenjan / Governing Public-Private Partnerships in Denmark : What Are the Preferences from Public and Private Partners?.
Paper presented at The 22nd Annual Conference of International Research Society for Public Management. IRSPM 2018, 2018
Paper > peer review
Michael Bruhn Barfod; Steen Leleur; Henrik Gudmundsson; Claus Hedegaard Sørensen; Carsten Greve / Promoting Sustainability through National Transport Planning
In: European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research, Vol. 18, No. 3, 2018, p. 250-261
Journal article > peer review
Carsten Greve / Public Administration Characteristics and Performance in EU28 : Denmark.
In: The Public Administration in the EU28. ed. /Nick Thijs; Gerhard Hammerschmid. Luxembourg : Publications Office of the European Union 2018, p. 218-241
Report chapter
Haldor Byrkjeflot; Paul du Gay; Carsten Greve / What is the ‘Neo-Weberian State’ as a Regime of Public Administration?
In: The Palgrave Handbook of Public Administration and Management in Europe. ed. /Edoardo Ongaro; Sandra Van Thiel. Cham : Palgrave Macmillan 2018, p. 991-1009
Book chapter > peer review
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