PLANIFICACIÓN Y GESTIÓNEvaluaciónDirección de ProyectosDesarrollo HumanoTrabajando con la gente

Autores: Ignacio de los Ríos, Mauricio Ortuño & María Rivera
Título: Private–Public Partnership as a Tool to Promote Entrepreneurship for Sustainable Development: WWP Torrearte Experience


Revista: Sustainability
Volumen: 8 (3)
Páginas: inicial:199
Fecha: 2016
Lugar de Publicación: Suiza
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ABSTRACT

There is growing interest in the ability of both private–public partnerships and entrepreneurship to promote sustainable rural development. This research outlines the historical chronology and the importance of the PPP (Private Public Partnership) for rural entrepreneurship; the complexity of PPP management dimensions is also analyzed. In addition, this research is based on an empiric study of a PPP for entrepreneurship in sustainable development in the North Highland of Madrid’s community, with more than 20 years of experience. This PPP is managed according to the Working With People (WWP) model, which is for the management of complex projects in the sustainable rural development field, and aims to promote the development of competences amongst the parties involved. The results show the positive effects in terms of entrepreneurship’s competences for sustainable rural development and the parties involved who create the PPP management model for entrepreneurship and the Torrearte Project.

PALABRAS CLAVE: private–public partnership; sustainable rural development; entrepreneurship; project management; competences

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