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Publications

You can download several of my publications on hybrid organizations here. For publications on other topics, go to ‘Other Work’.

Hybrid Organizations: No Cause for Concern?

This article, written together with Taco Brandsen of Radboud University Nijmegen, was published in the International Journal of Public Administration in the Fall of 2011.

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Posted Dec 12, 2011

Heads and tails: Both Sides of the Coin

The Dutch debate on hybrid organizations (which mix elements of state and market) is dominated by normative ideas brought forward by those advocates and adversaries of hybridity that tend to focus on only one side of the coin.

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Posted Nov 22, 2010

Boundary spanning in practice

Hybrid organizations have to be effective boundary spanners to be able to function. In this article I describe how three organizations tried to play this role.

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Posted Apr 17, 2011

Hybrid organizations: Cause or cure?

Hybrid organizations that mix elements of agency and enterprise play an important role in the debate of how government should address the financial and economic crisis. There is much discussion but not yet a wealth of empirical data. This article tries to address this lacuna.

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Posted Apr 17, 2011

The risks of hybrid organizations

In this article, Taco Brandsen and I discuss, based on empirical findings, whether hybridity does indeed pose major risks.

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Posted Apr 17, 2011

Audit on Public Entrepreneurship

Philip Marcel Karré was part of a team at the Netherlands Court of Audit that performed an audit into the public service provision by three hybrid organizations, a secondary education institution, a hospital and an institute for technological research.

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Posted Sep 29, 2006

The 'social' profit of hybrid service delivery

In this congres paper, Philip Marcel Karré and Teresa Cardoso-Ribeiro discuss the question whether the delivery of services through hybrid organizations does indeed lead to the creation of ‘social’ profit.

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Posted Sep 29, 2006

Blurred boundaries in public service provision

The border between state and market is not the only one that has blurred recently. Others are the borders between organizations and networks and the one between the national and the international level of public service provision.

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Posted Dec 14, 2008

Publications in Dutch

For my Dutch language publications, see hybrideorganisaties.nl.

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Posted Jan 11, 2006