Endogenous Determinants for Renegotiating Concessions: Evidence from Local Infrastructure

  title={Endogenous Determinants for Renegotiating Concessions: Evidence from Local Infrastructure},
  author={Carlos Oliveira Cruz and Rui Cunha Marques},
  journal={Local Government Studies},
  pages={352 - 374}
The engagement of local government in public–private partnerships (PPPs) for the provision of infrastructure and public services is a global trend. Light rail services, water systems, waste management systems, schools, sport centres and social housing are simply a few examples of sectors in which the private sector is becoming more actively involved with local authorities. Most of these engagements are conducted through the use of mixed companies and contractual concessions. However, both of… 
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