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Research Grant Awarded: Responsive Infrastructure Through Responsive Institutions (RITRI)

Update: We are Hiring! The vacancy for a PhD Student at the University of Groningen, to be working in the research project, has now appeared online. The vacancy can be found here. Research Grant Awarded Last week, we received the great news that our research proposal Responsive Infrastructure Through Responsive Institutions (RITRI) will be awarded a €500,000 …

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Public Private Partnerships In Transport: Trends And Theory

Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) continue to attract considerable attention worldwide as a governance model for delivering public services, particularly in the transport sector: in Europe, the transport infrastructure sector represents about 60% of the PPP market. PPPs are popular with policymakers since they allow the public sector to benefit from private sector capacities and resources, leading …

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DBFM: Van Efficiëntieoptimalisatie Op Projectniveau Naar Meerwaardecreatie Op Netwerkniveau

De gezamenlijk door Rijkswaterstaat en haar partners ontwikkelde Marktvisie nodigt uit tot een kritische beschouwing van DBFM-contracten (Rijkswaterstaat 2015). Lange tijd hebben Rijkswaterstaat en de markt zich vooral gericht op kostenoptimalisatie. Daardoor lag er veel nadruk op Publiek-Private Samenwerking (PPS) aan de hand van DBFM-contracten. In DBFM worden de Design, Build, Finance en Maintain fasen …

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Themanummer: Publiek-Private Samenwerking

Het themanummer Publiek-Private Samenwerking: Slim Combineren in het Ruimtelijke Domein is nu verschenen! Het themanummer is te vinden op de website van Rooilijn. Samenwerking wordt doorgaans beschouwd als iets positiefs. In het ruimtelijke beleidsdomein krijgt het vaak de vorm van publiek-private samenwerking. Hoewel het nastrevenswaardig is en populair is onder politici en beleidsmakers, blijkt PPS …

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Implementing Public-Private Partnerships: How Management Responses To Events Produce (Un)Satisfactory Outcomes

Most research on Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) in infrastructure development focuses on phases prior to construction. The implementation phase itself has received less attention. However, sound public-private agreements and project preparations can fail during project implementation because of, for example, unforeseen events and ineffective responses to them. We conducted case studies on two infrastructure projects to …

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