Public/Private Partnerships in Tackling the Coronavirus Crisis: Introducing Innovation and Trust into the Equation


Public health authorities around the world adopt different models of collaboration with the private sector (PPP) in order to develop and implement digital epidemiology in the Covid-19 crises. The purpose of this study is to explore the dynamic long-term effects of different PPP models on public welfare, by analysing the complex interconnections between data protection, use of data in public health, and the dynamic effects of such collaborations on data-driven innovation. This analytic framework could inform policymakers in designing PPP models to address the ongoing coronavirus crisis and future health crises.

Ansprechpartnerin: Clara Iglesias Keller