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Innovation in Brazilian landfills: A ServPPIN perspective

Silvia Cruz, Sônia Paulino and Faïz Gallouj
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Sônia Paulino: USP - Universidade de São Paulo = University of São Paulo

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Abstract: This paper is devoted to the discussion of public services innovation in the Brazilian municipal solid waste sector, with emphasis on multi-agent participation within Clean Development Mechanisms (CDM) projects. The empirical context is based on six landfill CDM projects located in the São Paulo Metropolitan Area, Brazil. CDM projects have a dual purpose: reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and promoting local sustainable development in host countries – through the promotion of local co-benefits. The discussion is based on the analytical model provided by the ServPPIN concept (public-private innovation networks in services). It focuses on the characterization of the landfills selected and on the identification of the stakeholders involved within these landfills, pointing out the participation gaps. The results indicate that the participation of associations and cooperatives surrounding landfills is still marginal. Pulling this theoretical (ServPPIN) and empirical research (landfill CDM project) together, one can identify the main factors affecting the establishment of basic conditions for service innovation: a) interactions and the building of social relations aimed at innovation among various stakeholders; b) the development of competences on several fronts; especially relational and organizational; c) the role of the public sector (coordination role) in supporting the development of successful public-private innovation networks in services.

Keywords: ServPPIN; public service innovation; clean development mechanism; solid waste sector (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2014-09-11
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Published in XXIV. International RESER Conference: Services and new societal challenges: innovation for sustainable growth and welfare, RESER, Sep 2014, Helsinki, Finland

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