The article presents the study of the criteria that Kazakhstan’s government used for granting a public–private partnership (PPP) contract to a private investor for construction and operation of eleven kindergartens in the city of Karaganda during 14 years. From the perspective of value creation for critical stakeholders, there was often misalignment between bidders’ views of these criteria and the perceived value for citizens and the government. The latter may significantly enhance the creation of shared values in a PPP by actively engaging stakeholders in the design of the bids’ assessment criteria.
|Number of pages||22|
|Journal||Public Management Review|
|Early online date||5 Sept 2013|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
- Public–private partnership
- Stakeholder theory
- Stakeholder value
- Bids’ assessment criteria
- Risk allocation
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- Division of Accounting, Business and Management - Senior Lecturer