Tag: Infrastructure Project Implementation

Evaluatie 15 jaar DBFM-contracten bij infrastructuurprojecten Rijkswaterstaat

In opdracht van Bouwend Nederland en Rijkswaterstaat hebben we een evaluatieonderzoek uitgevoerd naar publiek-private samenwerking bij het Rijk. De focus lag op het in kaart brengen van de ervaringen en resultaten van 15 jaar Design-Build-Finance-Maintain (DBFM) bij Rijkswaterstaat en het formuleren van aanbevelingen voor de toekomst. Specifiek is gekeken naar de opvattingen over de mate waarin aan …

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Public-private partnerships for infrastructure development: Finance, stakeholder alignment, governance

For various and well-documented reasons, public-private partnerships (PPPs) are popular governance models for delivering transport infrastructure projects and services. The last decades, we have seen a proliferation of scholarly research into PPPs. We know from this literature that there is a huge variegation of definitions and manifestations of PPPs and experiences with PPPs, and that …

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The role of the public partner in innovation in transport infrastructure PPPs: A qualitative comparative analysis of nine Dutch DBFM projects

By transferring risks and responsibilities to the private sector, governments hope that public-private partnerships (PPPs) bring about innovations in transport infrastructure development. Taking the position that a PPP is not equal to outsourcing, this article explores the role of the public partner in innovation in infrastructure PPPs. To this purpose, nine Design-Build-Finance-Maintain (DBFM) projects in …

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Public-private partnerships for infrastructure: Lessons learned from Dutch and Flemish PhD-theses

In recent years, a considerable number of PhD-dissertations have appeared in the Netherlands and Flanders (Belgium) on Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) for the provision of public infrastructures such as transport infrastructure and public buildings. These PhD-theses provide valuable insights into how PPPs perform and especially into the conditions that influence their performance. We identified four clusters …

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Evaluating infrastructure project planning and implementation: A study using qualitative comparative analysis

Many evaluations of infrastructure projects rely on methods that ignore the complexity of the projects. Although case studies are attentive to project complexity, it is difficult to identify general patterns that would apply to a larger sample of projects. Qualitative comparative analysis is a method that preserves the complexity of projects and generates insights across cases. …

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