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Department of Economics Discussion Paper. Applied Economics, 35, Dealing with Public Risk in Private Infrastructure: Issues and Options for Private Infrastructures Arrangements.

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Dealing with Public Risk in Private Infrastructure. Edward Elgar Publishing Limited. Construction Management and Economics, 23, Publication Seminar, Press release and others. Focusing on Transport Planning and Feasibility Studies.

Public-Private Partnership in infrastructure development: Case studies from Asia and Europe, vol 7

Focused on Vietnam and Indonesia. Content types Publication Article Seminar Press release.

Date Total Up to date e. The top five significant risk factors include corruption, inflation rate fluctuation, exchange rate fluctuation, delay in project completion and interest rate fluctuation.

In Hong Kong, project-specific risks are generally ranked higher, with the top five significant risk factors being delay in land acquisition, operation cost overruns, construction cost overruns, delay in project completion and political interference. Only 'favourable legal and regulatory framework' is found to be very critical in both economic jurisdictions. Results from the MRA technique stepwise selection reveal three best predictors of PPP projects success in Ghana; these include appropriate risk allocation and sharing, sound economic policy and right project identification.

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The findings of the first five objectives are triangulated to develop a best practice framework for PPP project implementation in Ghana. The framework is further validated by PPP experts from Ghana to demonstrate its reliability, comprehensiveness, adequacy and objectivity.

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It also makes substantial contribution to knowledge on the international best practices for PPP implementation. Files in This Item: