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035 _a(OCoLC)1230559086
050 _aHD3871
_b.H48 2021
100 1 _9815685
_aHeydari, Mohammad.
245 1 0 _aRisk management in public-private partnerships /
_cMohammad Heydari, Kin Keung Lai, Xiaohu Zhou.
260 _aAbingdon, Oxon, U.K. :
300 _axvi, 332 p. :
490 1 _aRoutledge advances in risk management
500 _aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 0 _a1. Introduction to public-private partnerships -- 2. PPPs, ethics, and curruption -- 3. PPPs and governance -- 4. Overview of risk management in PPPs and corruption -- 5. Allocation of risk to PPPs, including corruption 6. Anit-corruption risk management in PPPs.
520 _aPublic-Private Partnership (PPP) is a channel through which the public sector can seek alternative funding and expertise from the private sector to procure public infrastructure. Governments around the world are increasingly turning to Public-Private Partnerships to deliver essential goods and services. Unfortunately, PPPs, like any other public procurement, can be at risk of corruption. This book begins by looking at the basics of PPP and the challenges of the PPP process. It then conceptualizes the vulnerability of various stages of Public-Private Partnership models and corruption risk against the backdrop of contract theory, principal-agent theory and transaction cost economics. The book also discusses potential control mechanisms. The book also stresses the importance of good governance for PPP. It outlines principles and procedures of project risk management (PRM) developed by a working party of the Association of Project Managers. Finally, the book concludes by proposing strategies and solutions to overcome the limitations and challenges of the current approach toward PPP.
650 4 _9298969
_aPublic-private sector cooperation.
650 4 _937523
_aRisk management.
700 1 _9815694
_aLai, Kin Keung.
700 1 _9815696
_aZhou, Xiaohu.
830 0 _9815691
_aRoutledge advances in risk management.
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997 _aKB
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