Public-Private Partnerships for Sustainable Development
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Voluntary sustainability standards (VSS) and other private governance instruments (e.g., Fair Trade, Forest Stewardship Council, Fair Wear Foundation, GLOBALGAP) are increasingly regulating global production processes and economic activities. VSS verify the compliance of products or production processes with sustainability standards. The importance of voluntary sustainability standards is now widely recognized. After being operational for more than two decades, they have established themselves as private governance instruments. This recognition is also exemplified by their integration in public regulatory approaches. Governments and international organizations are partnering with voluntary sustainability standards to pursue sustainable development policies. We witness the integration of VSS in the regulatory approaches of local and national governments in countries around the world, the integration of VSS in trade policies, the emergence of public–private initiatives to govern global supply chains, and the inclusion of private initiatives in experimentalist governance regimes. This Special Issue seeks to bring together research on the interface between private and public governance. We welcome contributions which analyze specific case studies on the emergence and development of these private–public interactions, the design of public–private governance, the effectiveness of these governance arrangements, and critical perspectives on the possibilities and limitations of such public–private forms of governance. We welcome multi-disciplinary perspectives including contributions from economics, political science, law, sociology, geography, and anthropology. Papers selected for this Special Issue are subject to a peer review procedure with the aim of rapid and wide dissemination of research results, developments, and applications.
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- Corporate social responsibility
- Costa Rica
- disaster notification system
- European Union
- flood disaster
- information asymmetry
- information system success model
- ISO 26000
- multi-stakeholder initiatives
- multiple criteria decision making (MCDM)
- natural resource management
- Palm Oil
- policy changes
- Power resources
- PPP projects
- private governance
- project performance
- public-private governance
- public-private partnership
- public-private partnership (PPP)
- public–private interactions
- public–private partnership
- public–private partnerships
- relational norms
- signalling theory
- sustainability standards
- sustainable behaviors
- Sustainable development
- Trade policy
- Trade unions
- user interests
- value chain
- voluntary sustainability standards
- voluntary sustainability standards (VSS)
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