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Innovationsinseln in korporatistischen Arrangements: Public Private Partnerships im Feld sozialer Dienstleistungen

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  • Oppen, Maria
  • Sack, Detlef
  • Wegener, Alexander
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    Öffentlich-private Kooperationen im Sozialen Sektor sind ein altes und neues Phänomen. Der vorliegende Text gibt in dieser Spannung einen Überblick über die Entwicklung von Public Private Partnership in diesem Feld. Die Arena der personenbezogenen sozialen Dienstleistungen zeigt sich nach den Bereichen der Stadt- und Regionalentwicklung und der technischen Infrastrukturen als jüngster Sektor in Deutschland, in dem Public Private Partnerships (PPP) Bedeutung erlangen. Allerdings entstehen diese neuen Kooperationsformen innerhalb eines dichten Netzes korporatistischer Arrangements von staatlichen Institutionen und Dritt-Sektor- Organisationen. Zum jetzigen Zeitpunkt sind PPP lediglich vereinzelte neue Organisationsformen in diesem Feld. Aus der Dynamik der Interaktionsbeziehungen und Ressourcenkopplungen innerhalb dieser PPP können jedoch spezifische Qualitätsverbesserungen hervor gehen, die wir vor allem in der Integration von Aufgaben zu neuen lebenslagenorientierten Angeboten und in der Entwicklung höherer Dienstleistungsstandards sehen. -- In the Social Service Sector, public private cooperation is an old, but also a new phenomenon. The present study gives an overview of the development of public private partnerships in this area. The most recent sector in Germany, after those of urban development and technical infrastructure, in which public private partnerships (PPP) become relevant, is the arena of person-related social services. Such new forms of cooperation develop, however, within a dense network of corporatist arrangements between national institutions and Third Sector service organizations. To date, PPPs have only become sporadic new organizational forms in this field. Nevertheless, specific improvements in quality might emerge from the dynamics of inter-organisational relations and the linkage of resources within PPPs which, eventually, should lead to an integration of services which better consider specific personal circumstances and to the development of higher standards of social service.

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    Paper provided by Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB) in its series Discussion Papers, Research Unit: Innovation and Organization with number SP III 2003-117.

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