International Handbook on Public-Private Partnershipsby Graeme A. Hodge (Editor), Carsten Greve (Editor), Anthony E. Boardman (Editor)
In this timely Handbook, leading scholars from around the world explore the challenges presented by
Public–Private Partnerships (PPPs) promise much and present an exciting policy option. Yet as this Handbook reveals there is still much debate about the meaning of partnership, and the degree to which potential advantages are in fact being delivered.
In this timely Handbook, leading scholars from around the world explore the challenges presented by infrastructure PPPs, and contemplate what lies ahead as governments balance the need to provide innovative new infrastructure against the requirement for good public governance. This Handbook builds on a range of exciting theoretical lenses that span several disciplinary boundaries. It presents innovative insights and informed perspectives from an international base of empirical evidence.
This essential Handbook will prove an invaluable reference work for academics, advanced post-graduate students and commentators of PPPs, as well as professionals, infrastructure regulators and government policy advisors.
Meet the Author
Edited by Graeme A. Hodge, Director, Monash Centre for Regulatory Studies, Faculty of Law, Monash University, Australia, Carsten Greve, Professor, International Centre for Business and Politics, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark and Anthony E. Boardman, Van Dusen Professor of Business Administration, University of British Columbia, Canada
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