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The trend in the public sector towards new, more hybrid forms of cooperation to reflect changes in society will be accelerated due to the crisis. This is what Selwyn Moons and Allard Knook foresee. Public and private parties realize that they are dependent on each other and other parties to solve problems in society.
Cooperation between the public and the private domain – whether or not with the academic world - is not new. We have been seeing this happen for some time now, for instance in the energy transition and innovation domains. ‘Following the whatever-it-takes message of the first package of supporting measures, there was the ‘new-future’ message of the second package. In the future, the role of the government will evidently be substantial, but not without optimal emphasis on the role of the private sector.’ according to Selwyn Moons and Allard Knook. ‘This will lead to more than just a couple of collaborative partnerships, on the contrary, it will lead to new hybrid government forms where public and private meet.’.