Understanding and Promoting Effective Partnerships for CED: A Case Study of SEED Winnipeg’s Partnerships

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Understanding and Promoting Effective Partnerships for CED: A Case Study of SEED Winnipeg’s Partnerships

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Title: Understanding and Promoting Effective Partnerships for CED: A Case Study of SEED Winnipeg’s Partnerships
Author: Patel, Kirit
Abstract: Partnerships are often assumed to be a necessary, and indeed an intrinsically useful, component of CED. But partnerships can be difficult to maintain and sometimes can constrain effective CED. This case study will examine data from SEED Winnipeg, a non-profit organization active in asset-building and business development (among other programs), about what makes partnerships effective and what makes them ineffective.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10680/403
Date: 2010-01-01

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