|Other Titles:||The possibility and issues of utilizing private companies as an external resource in the public education: Through the concept of Shared Value|
|Author's alias:||MATSUOKA, Tomoka|
|Abstract:||This paper intends to clarify the impact of 'Shared Value' on the participation of private companies in the public educational services by the questionnaire survey to corporate members of Japan Federation of Economic Organizations. Since the 1980's, the participation of private companies in the public educational service in Japan has been diversified and increased. These participation has been conducted by two types, the core services of public education as business, and the non-core services as non-business. This difference is derived from a mindset among educational administrative organizations that private companies shouldn't make profit in the public educational services. The concept of 'Shared Value' that the aim of business is to maximize both economic and social value has been changing business behavior and business participation in the public education. The survey shows that progressive private companies realize the concept of Shared Value and positively communicate with stakeholders in the public education. However, they have not able to create economic value through these participation at the current situation, and they face difficulties in making business cases in public education.|
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