Private-nonprofit partnership in the context of CSR: the importance of relationship learning

Authors

  • María Jesús Barroso-Méndez University of Extremadura
  • Clementina Galera-Casquet University of Extremadura
  • Víctor Valero-Amaro University of Extremadura
  • María Mercedes Galán-Ladero University of Extremadura

Keywords:

Cross-Sector Social Partnerships (CSSPs), Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), relationship learning, value creation

Abstract

In recent years, Cross-Sector Social Partnerships (CSSPs) have become widely adopted by companies, governments and NGOs as mechanisms for working together in order to address complex social issues by combining different rationales to create collaborative value. Given this context, various authors have focused on the study of such partnering processes, proposing different key determinants to favour collaborative value creation, but without making any detailed analysis of those determinants.


Based on the business-to-business (B2B) literature, the present study contributes to current knowledge about CSSPs by conducting an in-depth analysis of relationship learning, one of the key determinants that the CSSPs literature has identified in the improvement of value creation.

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Published

2013-08-01

How to Cite

Barroso-Méndez, M. J., Galera-Casquet , C., Valero-Amaro, V., & Galán-Ladero, M. M. (2013). Private-nonprofit partnership in the context of CSR: the importance of relationship learning. Responsibility and Sustainability, 1(3), 15–26. Retrieved from https://responsibility-sustainability.org/index.php/R-S/article/view/18

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