It is my pleasure to introduce the publications section of the 12th ARSP. As in previous years, we aim to provide an overview of the diverse, ever-expanding literature on CSSPs published in the previous 18 months or so – a literature characterized by varied terminology, perspectives and disciplinary lenses. We compile this section by searching academic databases and Google Scholar, requesting contributions from academic listservs and conducting systematic reviews of specific journals. Though we make every effort to be as inclusive of as many perspectives, sub-disciplines and publications as possible, the following list of journal articles, chapters, books, reports and theses, is not a comprehensive account. While we’ve likely not captured all that has been written on CSSPs in the past year, we hope that this overview provides a broad snapshot of the state of the art for those of you already familiar with research on the topic… and a useful springboard for those of you that are diving into the literature.
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Publication date: November 1, 2017
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- The ARSP is written for and by cross-sector social partnership (CSSP) academics and practitioners focusing on nonprofit, business, and public sectors who view collaboration as key to solving social problems such as climate change, economic inequality, poverty, or biodiversity loss and environmental degradation. Published by an independent group of academics and practitioners since 2006, the ARSP bridges academic theory and practice with ideas about promoting the social good, covering a wide range of subjects and geographies surrounding the interactions between nonprofit, business and public sectors. Its aim is to inform, to share, to inspire, to educate, and to train. Building a global community of experts on CSSPs, be they from academia or practice, is the inherent motivation of the ARSP.
The ARSP offers new directions for research, presents funded research projects, and provides metadata, i.e. published papers into a compilation, allowing researchers to familiarize with the latest work in this field. The ARSP also captures and presents insights on partnerships from practitioners, enabling its readership to learn from the hands-on experiences and observations of those who work with and for partnerships.
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