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Purpose – The purpose of this study is to critique specific governance requirements of public‐private partnerships (PPPs) with the objective of understanding what constitutes sound governance of these projects and conceptualises a framework that sets out the structure, resources, communication,...
Purpose – This study aims to examine the impact of governance on project delivery in complex private finance initiative (PFI) projects. Governance is crucial in delivering successful projects within budget, time and in accordance with other project objectives. Design/methodology/approach – A...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to view and analyse public‐private partnerships (PPPs) under a strategic partnering approach between the key parties involved, i.e. public sector, private sector and lenders, and their business environment. Design/methodology/approach – A strategic...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to use the example of public housing renewal public‐private partnerships (PPPs) to build knowledge on whether social infrastructure PPPs may appeal to the private sector as a less risky investment in a time of global financial uncertainty....
Purpose – Large infrastructure projects involve many different stakeholders. Risk allocation is negotiated between the public sector and the special purpose vehicle (SPV)/consortium. Moreover, risk allocation is negotiated between the shareholders of the SPV and between the SPV and its...
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