ServPPIN is a research project which focuses on the role of public and private services on growth and welfare and the particular role of public-private innovation networks (PPIN). Public-private innovation networks are considered as an organizational device in which public and private services can perform complementarities and synergies in many ways. The full title of the project is: The Contribution of Public and Private Services to European Growth and Welfare, and the Role of Public-Private Innovation Networks SERVPPIN is a Collaborative Research Project co-financed by the EU 7th Framework Programme, under the topic: The implications of developments in the service economy for the European economy.

Policy Workshop
European Commission, DG Research,
Square de Mees 8, room 7 E
Brussels, 26 January 2011
ServPPIN - RESER Conference
"Public and Private in the New
Global Economy"
Budapest, 24-26 Sept. 2009
Innovation and services:
What role for networking?
Statistical Leaflet: Key
Indicators for Understanding
Services in the Global Economy
Leaflet on Social Network Analysis:
The most important measures,
their specification, calculation and
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- Fourth ServPPIN meeting ...(read more)
- New universities joined the project ...(read more)
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