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Dr. David M. Sarcone

Dr. David Sarcone is Associate Professor, Department of International Business and Management, Director Health Studies Program, Dickinson College. He is a co-editor of this volume. Prior to joining the Dickinson faculty in 2001, he held senior management roles in several leading regional health care systems and specialty provider organizations over a health care career spanning 25 years. He was instrumental in the design and development of a collaborative, multi-disciplinary health studies certificate program at Dickinson College and has served as the program’s coordinator. He also served as the Chair of the International Business and Management Department. His research interests broadly include interorganizational relationship theory topics as they relate to sustainability and health care management issues. His current projects include the analysis of a failed cross-sector community sustainability initiative and the development of a community cross-sector health partnership. Dr. Sarcone holds a master’s in business administration from the University of Pittsburgh and a Ph.D. from the School of Public Affairs, Pennsylvania State University.

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SSI books and monographs by Dr. David M. Sarcone

  • The U.S.-India Relationship: Cross-Sector Collaboration To Promote Sustainable Development

    September 05, 2014

    Edited by Dr. Michael J. Fratantuono, Dr. David M. Sarcone, LTC John D. Colwell, Jr.
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    Within the context of the U.S.-India Strategic Relationship and in light of the vital national interests shared by both countries, what factors will contribute to the success of cross-sector collaborative initiatives intended to address challenges associated with sustainable development? What implications do those insights have for strategic leaders in different sectors?