Collaborative platforms have increasingly become essential frameworks for governments, businesses, non-profit organizations, and citizens to collectively explore, experiment, and deliver innovative and responsive public services. This PhD thesis aims to bring clarity to the implications of these platforms by conducting a comprehensive three-study investigation into their characteristics, determinants, and outcomes.
Francesca Casalini is Junior Lecturer of Government, Health, and Not-for-profit at SDA Bocconi. She recently completed her PhD at the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland. Her research interests revolve around public-private collaborations and innovative models for delivering public services, with a focus on creating greater value for society.
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