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Comparative performance of PPPs and traditional procurement in Australia
Empirical research comparing projects procured as public–private partnerships (PPPs) with other methods of procurement is important because Australian governments plan to spend $320 billion onExpand
Partnering mechanism in construction: An empirical study on the Chinese construction industry
Partnering and its principles have increasingly been introduced to the construction industry to improve the efficiency of project delivery. However, little research outlines the mechanism behind itsExpand
Risk management in the Chinese construction industry
There has been an increase in research on risk management practice in the construction industry. However, little research has been conducted to systematically investigate the overall aspects of riskExpand
Improved PFI/PPP service outcomes through the integration of Alliance principles
Abstract This paper explores management and governance of private finance initiatives/public private partnership (PFI/PPP) projects via the integration of Alliance concepts into the typicalExpand
Report on the performance of PPP projects in Australia when compared with a representative sample of traditionally procured infrastructure projects
This research is a comparative analysis of the time and cost performance of delivering infrastructure projects via public private partnerships (PPPs) and traditional project delivery. It is aExpand
Lateral performance of cold-formed steel-framed domestic structures
Abstract This paper presents key outcomes of an investigation in the performance of domestic structures with cold formed steel frames. The primary objective of this research project was to assess theExpand
Improving investment sustainability for PPP power projects in emerging economies
Purpose – Many electricity projects in Asian emerging economies involve private finance using Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) yet problems remain in terms of project initiation, commercialExpand
Research on the Driving Factors of Customer Participation in Service Innovation in a Virtual Brand Community
With the development of the service sector and network communication technology, customers are involved in business activities through virtual communities and demonstrating the ability to createExpand
Critical Success Factors in Thailand′s Green Building Industry
The promotion of Green Buildings (GB) has become a global trend that improves resource efficiency and the well-being of societies. The development of GB still encounters different obstacles inExpand
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