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Paper eres2017_211:
What makes that some PPP projects are more attractive than others?

id eres2017_211
authors Wegrzyn, Joanna
year 2017
title What makes that some PPP projects are more attractive than others?
source 24th Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in Delft, Netherlands
summary PPPs vary across industries and that some are more frequent than others. All types of PPP arrangements involve private operation and management and most have private investments as well. The main distinguishing characteristics lie in the mode of entry, ownership, risk sharing and duration of the partnership. This raises the question of private partners' motives to engage in different types of PPPs.This research investigates the factors influencing the survival of PPP projects in Poland over the period 2009-2015. Both Cox proportional hazard and competing risk models with time-varying covariates are utilized to distinguish between PPPs that succeeded to the operation phase and those that were cancelled on the procurement stage.
keywords public-private partnership; government policy; project success; survival analysis
series ERES:conference
type paper session
discussion No discussions. Post discussion ...
session Government Policy & Regulation / Tax & Legal Issues
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