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Title: Partnership, a major trend in new forms of governance in an era of globalisation : Issues and challenges for publicly owned companies and the social economy
Authors: Lévesque, Benoît
Issue Date: 2001-09
Publisher: Centre de recherche sur les innovations sociales
Series/Report no.: Études théoriques
Abstract: This presentation has three parts. In Part one, I will provide a broad outline of various approaches to the coordination of economic activity; this will allow us to clearly distinguish between, on one hand, new forms of cooperation involving partnerships and networks and, on the other hand, organisational forms such as holdings or cartels. In Part two, I will situate the new forms of inter-organizational cooperation within what I think is likely to be a new development model, but what others call the new spirit of capitalism. In the Conclusion, I will identify the issues and challenges raised by these new forms of economic coordination, and what organizations of the public economy and the social economy will have to confront.
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