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Co-creating Social Value

  • Full or part time
    Dr A Raiden
  • Application Deadline
    Applications accepted all year round
  • Self-Funded PhD Students Only
    Self-Funded PhD Students Only

Project Description

Co-creating social value involves multiple project partners in a network of operations working together to make a difference. Such networks may involve public sector bodies, private sector organisations, and third sector enterprises. Often the partners’ priorities and mission vary widely, and it may be challenging to maintain focus and momentum on creating social value, especially when other pressing business concerns (such as economic constraints) are brought to fore. How do project partners then negotiate and re-negotiate the terms so that the potential social impact is not compromised?

Funding Notes

This is a self-funded PhD opportunity.

References

Caldwell, N.D., Roehrich, J.K., and George, G. (2017) Social value creation and relational coordination in public- private collaborations. Journal of Management Studies, 54 (6): 906 – 928.
Doloi, H (2018) Community-Centric Model for Evaluating Social Value in Projects. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 144(05).
Mandell, M., Keast, R., and Chamberlain, D. (2016) Collaborative networks and the need for a new management language. Public Management Review, 19 (3): 326 – 341.
McDermott, V and Holdsworth, S (2017) Fringe Benefits? Planning, Building And The Development Of Community In A Neo-Liberal Landscape. In: Chan, P W (Ed.) and Neilson, C J (Ed.), Proceedings 33rd Annual ARCOM Conference, 4-6 September 2017, Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, UK. Association of Researchers in Construction Management, 662-671.
Quélin, B.V., Kivleniece, I., and Lazzarini, S. (2017) Public- private collaboration, hybridity and social value: towards new theoretical perspectives. Journal of Management Studies, 54 (6): 763 – 792.
Wilson, F. and Post, J.E. (2013) Business models for people, planet (& profits): exploring the phenomena of social business, a market-based approach to social value creation. Small Business Economics, 40, 715 – 737.

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