This paper presents a systematic literature review based on the PRISMA approach (final sample of 95 records) that investigates how public – private hybrid organizations (HOs) in the public sector have been studied in the literature. Specifically, this work adopts an organizational perspective to develop an analytical framework based on three dimensions: the relationship between HOs and their environment, the organizational manifestations of hybridity and the outputs of HOs. By providing conceptual clarity on the construct of HOs, this work identifies spaces for cross-fertilization between HOs and analogous – yet distinct – constructs, such as public – private partnerships and corporatization.

Public–private hybrid organisations in the public sector: evidence and future directions from a systematic literature review

Perobelli, Eleonora
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Cappellaro, Giulia;Saporito, Raffaella
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This paper presents a systematic literature review based on the PRISMA approach (final sample of 95 records) that investigates how public – private hybrid organizations (HOs) in the public sector have been studied in the literature. Specifically, this work adopts an organizational perspective to develop an analytical framework based on three dimensions: the relationship between HOs and their environment, the organizational manifestations of hybridity and the outputs of HOs. By providing conceptual clarity on the construct of HOs, this work identifies spaces for cross-fertilization between HOs and analogous – yet distinct – constructs, such as public – private partnerships and corporatization.
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2024
Perobelli, Eleonora; Cappellaro, Giulia; Saporito, Raffaella
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