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Road-Network Development in Quickly Growing Economies: Brazilian Case Study MG-050
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Risk-Based Project Delivery Selection Model for Highway Design and Construction
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Opportunism-Focused Transaction Cost Analysis of Public-Private Partnerships
4
Model for Evaluating the Financial Viability of the BOT Project for Highway Service Areas in South Korea
5
Failure Path Analysis with Respect to Private Sector Partners in Transportation Public-Private Partnerships
6
Ex-Ante Evaluation of Public-Private Partnerships: Macroeconomic Analysis
7
Evaluation of the Functions of Public Sector Partners in Transportation Public-Private Partnerships Failures
8
Cumulative Effects on the Change of Residual Value in PPP Projects: A Comparative Case Study
9
Cross-Sectional Analysis of Critical Risk Factors for PPP Water Projects in China
10
Construction Innovation: Fifth Generation Perspective
11
Conceptual Framework for the Performance Measurement of Public-Private Partnerships
12
An Ordinal Game Theory Approach to the Analysis and Selection of Partners in Public–Private Partnership Projects
13
Agent-Based Simulation Model for Assessment of Financing Scenarios in Highway Transportation Infrastructure Systems
14
Real Options in Infrastructure: Revisiting the Literature
15
Alternative Contractual Arrangements for Urban Light Rail Systems: Lessons from Two Case Studies
16
Empirical Evidence for Renegotiation of PPP Contracts in the Road Sector
17
Unsolicited Proposals for PPP Projects: Private Sector Perceptions in the US
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Theoretical Considerations on Quantitative PPP Viability Analysis
19
Ten years of PPP in Germany: experiences and perspectives
20
Roles of Private-Sector Partners in Transportation Public-Private Partnership Failures
21
Rocky Road of Urban Transportation Contracts
22
Revitalizing Historic Buildings through a Partnership Scheme: Innovative Form of Social Public–Private Partnership
23
Real-Option Valuation of Build-Operate-Transfer Infrastructure Projects under Performance Bonding
24
Quality Assurance Organization Selection Factors for Highway Design and Construction Projects
25
Public-Private Partnership Experience in the International Arena: Case of Turkey
26
Procurement-Related Critical Factors for Briefing in Public-Private Partnership Projects: Case of Hong Kong
27
PPPs and Project Overruns: Evidence from Road Projects in India
28
PPP Framework for Public Rental Housing Projects in China
29
Perception of Residual Value Risk in Public Private Partnership Projects: Critical Review
30
Nonparametric Benchmarking of Japanese Water Utilities: Institutional and Environmental Factors Affecting Efficiency
31
Is There Room for a PPP Secondary Market? Financial Analysis of the PPP Transport Sector
32
Improving Systemwide Sustainability in Pavement Preservation Programming
33
Financial Evaluation for Toll Road Projects Considering Traffic Volume and Serviceability Interactions
34
Federal Toll Road Concession Program in Brazil: Is It Moving in the Right Direction?
35
Determining the Optimal Premium for ADR Implementation Insurance in Construction Dispute Resolution
36
Decision-Making Process for Developing Urban Freight Consolidation Centers: Analysis with Experimental Economics
37
Dealing with Traffic Risk in Latin American Toll Roads
38
Critical Factors Affecting the Viability of Using Public-Private Partnerships for Prison Development
39
Critical Factors Affecting the Efficient Use of Public Investments in Infrastructure in Vietnam
40
Cost Overrun in Public-Private Partnerships: Toward Sustainable Highway Maintenance and Rehabilitation
41
Concession Renegotiation Models for Projects Developed through Public-Private Partnerships
42
Comparative Study on the Use of Output Specifications for Australian and U.K. PPP/PFI Projects
43
Comparative Analysis of Road Financing Approaches in Europe and the United States
44
Bid Compensation Theory and Strategies for Projects with Heterogeneous Bidders: A Game Theoretic Analysis
45
Best Practice in the Training, Appointment, and Remuneration of Members of Dispute Boards for Large Infrastructure Projects
46
Asset Management Perspective on the Duration of Public-Private Partnership Contracts: Cost-Control Trade-off?
47
Addressing the Missing Link in PPP Projects: What Constitutes the Public?
48
Achieving Value for Money: An Analytic Review of Studies on Public Private Partnerships
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Using the Economic and Financial Reequilibrium Model to Decrease Infrastructure Contract Incompleteness
50
Integrating Infrastructure and Clinical Management in PPPs for Health Care
51
Exogenous Determinants for Renegotiating Public Infrastructure Concessions: Evidence from Portugal
52
Unit Costs of Public and PPP Road Projects: Evidence from India
53
Understanding construction delay analysis – the role of pre-construction programming
54
The Case-Based Reasoning System for Residual Value Risk in Public-Private Partnership Project
55
Risk and Value in Privately Financed Health Care Projects
56
Real-Time Precise Point Positioning in NAD83: Global and Regional Broadcast Corrections Compared
57
Real Option Approach to Sharing Privatization Risk in Underground Infrastructures
58
Ranked Critical Factors in PPP Briefings
59
Public-Private Partnerships: Capital Market Conditionsand Alternative Finance Mechanisms for Australian Infrastructure Projects
60
Predicting Disputes in Public-Private Partnership Projects: Classification and Ensemble Models
61
Multiobjective Bayesian Network Model for Public-Private Partnership Decision Support
62
Finance-Related Critical Success Factors for the Briefing of PPP Projects in Construction
63
Construction Risk Identification and Allocation: Cooperative Approach
64
Consideration of the Environmental Cost in Construction Contracting for Public Works: A C and A B C Bidding Methods
65
Conflict: Philosophy and Culture
66
Avoiding Performance Failure Payment Deductions in PFI/PPP Projects: Model of Critical Success Factors
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Analysis of Strategic Issues Underpinning the Innovative Financing of Infrastructure within Developing Countries
68
Alternative to Government Revenue Guarantees: Dynamic Revenue Insurance Contracts
69
A Stochastic Revenue and Cost Model for Determining a BOT Concession Period under Multiple Project Constraints
70
Study on Toll-Pricing Strategies for Managing Transportation Facilities in Design-Build-Finance-Operate Partnerships
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RISK-SHARING IN HIGHWAY CONCESSIONS: CONTRACTUALDIVERSITY IN PORTUGAL
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The Whole Life Project Management Approach to Sustainability
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Risk-Neutral Pricing Approach for Evaluating BOT Highway Projects with Government Minimum Revenue Guarantee Options
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Quantitative SWOT Analysis of Public Housing Delivery by Public–Private Partnerships in China Based on the Perspective of the Public Sector
75
Public–Private Partnership Risk Factors in Emerging Countries: BOOT Illustrative Case Study
76
Public Financing into Build-Operate-Transfer Hospital Projects in Italy
77
Modeling Contingent Liabilities Arising from Government Guarantees in Indonesian BOT/PPP Toll Roads
78
Insurance as a Risk Management Tool for ADR Implementation in Construction Disputes
79
Improving the Assessment of Economic Foreign Exchange Exposure in Public–Private Partnership Infrastructure Projects
80
Impact of the Economic Recession on Toll Highway Concessions in Spain
81
Government Supports in Public–Private Partnership Contracts: Metro Line 4 of the São Paulo Subway System
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Evaluating Public-Private Partnership Organizational Alternatives for Existing Toll Roads
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Developing Key Performance Indicators for Public-Private Partnership Projects: Questionnaire Survey and Analysis
84
Design of Concession and Annual Payments for Availability Payment Public Private Partnership (PPP) Projects
85
Delivering Local Infrastructure through PPPs: Evidence from the School Sector
86
Analyzing the Role of National PPP Units in Promoting PPPs: Using New Institutional Economics and a Case Study
87
Optimal Financing Mix of Financially Non-Viable Private-Participation Investment Project with Initial Subsidy
88
Selecting BOT/PPP Infrastructure Projects for Government Guarantee Portfolio under Conditions of Budget and Risk in the Indonesian Context
89
Risks, Contracts, and Private-Sector Participation in Infrastructure
90
Risk Factors of Public-Private Partnership Projects in China: Comparison between the Water, Power, and Transportation Sectors
91
Risk and Price in the Bidding Process of Contractors
92
Risk Allocation in the Operational Stage of Private Finance Initiative Projects
93
Public-Private Partnerships in U.S. Transportation: Research Overview and a Path Forward
94
Model for Efficient Risk Allocation in Privately Financed Public Infrastructure Projects Using Neuro-Fuzzy Techniques
95
Impact of the Capital Market Collapse on Public-Private Partnership Infrastructure Projects
96
Evaluation Model for Assessing the Suitability of Public-Private Partnership Projects
97
Empirical Study of Risk Assessment and Allocation of Public-Private Partnership Projects in China
98
Critical Success Factors for Transfer-Operate-Transfer Urban Water Supply Projects in China
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Analysis of Critical Parameters In The ADR Implementation Insurance Model
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A Multi-Objective Decision Support System for Ppp Funding Decisions
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WHEN ARE PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS NOT AN APPROPRIATE GOVERNANCE STRUCTURE? CASE STUDY EVIDENCE
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THE APPLICATION OF UTILITY THEORY IN THE DECISION-MAKING PROCESS FOR INVESTING IN ADR INSURANCE
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Risk Allocation in Public-Private Partnership Infrastructure Projects: Comparative Study
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Revisiting the Strengths and Limitations of Regulatory Contracts in Infrastructure Industries
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PPP Experiences in Indian Cities: Barriers, Enablers, and the Way Forward
106
Potential Obstacles to Successful Implementation of Public-Private Partnerships in Beijing and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
107
Performance Objectives Selection Model in Public-Private Partnership Projects Based on the Perspective of Stakeholders
108
Neurofuzzy Decision Support System for Efficient Risk Allocation in Public-Private Partnership Infrastructure Projects
109
Modelling optimal risk allocation in PPP projects using artificial neural networks
110
Methodological Framework for Evaluation of Financial Viability of Public-Private Partnerships: Investment Risk Approach
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Methodological Framework for Evaluation of Financial Viability of Public-Private Partnerships: Investment Risk Approach
112
Hierarchical Structuring of PPP Risks Using Interpretative Structural Modeling
113
First Public-Private-Partnership Application in Taiwan’s Wastewater Treatment Sector: Case Study of the Nanzih BOT Wastewater Treatment Project
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Enabling Development of the Transportation Public-Private Partnership Market in the United States
115
Employing the Net Present Value-Consistent IRR Methods for PFI Contracts
116
Developing a Fuzzy Risk Allocation Model for PPP Projects in China
117
Determinants of Industry Acceptance for Highway Warranty Contracts: Alabama Case Study
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Determinants of Efficient Risk Allocation in Privately Financed Public Infrastructur Projects in Australia
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Critical Success Factors for PPPs in Infrastructure Developments: Chinese Perspective
120
Construction Law Graduate Studies around the World
121
Win–Win Concession Period Determination Methodology
122
Using Public-Private Partnerships to Expand Subways: Madrid-Barajas International Airport Case Study
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The Potential Use Of Insurance As A Risk Management Tool For ADR Implementation In Construction Disputes
124
Research Trend of Public-Private Partnership in Construction Journals
125
Perception of Financial Institutions toward Financing PFI Projects in Hong Kong
126
NPV Model for Evaluating the Economic Efficiency of Municipal Street Maintenance by Private Providers
127
Model for Organizational Governance Structure Choices in Construction Joint Ventures
128
Legal Environment for Warranty Contracting
129
How to Stop Engineers from Becoming “Bush Lawyers”: The Art of Teaching Law to Engineering and Construction Students
130
Drivers for Adopting Public Private Partnerships—Empirical Comparison between China and Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
131
Consultants’ Perceptions on Construction Delay Analysis Methodologies
132
Discussion of “Win-Win Concession Period Determination Methodology” by Xueqing Zhang
133
APPLYING INSURANCE PRICING THEORY FOR PRICING ADR AS AN INSURANCE PRODUCT
134
Automated Approach to Negotiations of BOT Contracts with the Consideration of Project Risk
135
Total project cost: a simplified model for decision makers
136
The effect of concession period design on completion risk management of BOT projects
137
Participation, Barriers, and Opportunities in PFI: The United Kingdom Experience
138
Delay Analysis within Construction Contracting Organizations
139
Civil Engineers in Public-Private Partnerships and as Master Planners for Infrastructure Development
140
Alternative Project Delivery Systems: Applications and Legal Limits in Transportation Projects
141
BOT application in China: Driving and impeding factors
142
A simulation model for optimizing the concession period of public–private partnerships schemes
143
Simulation and Monte Carlo With applications in finance and MCMC - book
144
Fuzzy Numbers in Cost Range Estimating
145
Successful Delivery of Public-Private Partnerships for Infrastructure Development
146
Decision Support System to Evaluate and Compare Concession Options
147
Build-Operate-Transfer in Infrastructure Projects in the United States
148
BOT Viability Model for Large-Scale Infrastructure Projects
149
Economical analyses of build-operate-transfer model in establishing alternative power plants
150
Entropy Application to Improve Construction Finance Decisions
151
Modeling Cost Escalation in Large Infrastructure Projects
152
Infrastructure Development and Expansion under Uncertainty: A Risk-Preference-Based Lattice Approach
153
Decision Tree Modeling Using Integrated Multilevel Stochastic Networks
154
Determining a reasonable concession period for private sector provision of public works and services
155
PROJECT EVALUATION USING FUZZY LOGIC AND RISK ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES
156
DECISION MAKING WITH THE ANALYTIC NETWORK PROCESS Economic, Political, Social and Technological Applications with Benefits, Opportunities, Costs and Risks
157
CAPM-Based Valuation of Financial Government Supports to Infeasible and Risky Private Infrastructure Projects
158
Economical analyses of build-operate-transfer model in establishing alternative power plants
159
Privatizing Highways in the United States
160
Warranty Bonds from the Perspective of Surety Companies
161
Public Clients’ Best Value Perspectives of Public Private Partnerships in Infrastructure Development
162
Model for Financial Renegotiation in Public-Private Partnership Projects and Its Policy Implications: Game Theoretic View
163
MAUT-Based Dispute Resolution Selection Model Prototype for International Construction Projects
164
Generalized Economic Modeling for Infrastructure and Capital Investment Projects
165
Factor Analysis of Public Clients’ Best-Value Objective in Public–Privately Partnered Infrastructure Projects
166
REAL OPTIONS ANALYSIS: CAN IT IMPROVE INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT DECISIONS?
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assessment of a four moments and pearson distribution approach for risk analysis in construction stimates and economics
168
Analytic Network Process Applied to Project Selection
169
Investment projects evaluation by simulation and multiple criteria decision aiding procedure
170
Risk Concession Model for Build/Operate/Transfer Contract Projects
171
Improving decision quality: a risk-based go/no-go decision for build-operate-transfer (BOT) projects
172
Financial Risk Analysis of Project Finance in Indonesian Toll Roads
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isk assessment for build-operate-transfer projects: a dynamic multi-objective programming approach
174
Paving the Way for Public–Private Partnerships in Infrastructure Development
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Financial Viability Analysis and Capital Structure Optimization in Privatized Public Infrastructure Projects
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Critical Success Factors for Public–Private Partnerships in Infrastructure Development
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Criteria for Selecting the Private-Sector Partner in Public–Private Partnerships
178
Concessionaire’s Financial Capability in Developing Build-Operate-Transfer Type Infrastructure Projects
179
The financial risks in build-operate-transfer projects
180
Multicriteria Financial Portfolio Risk Management for International Projects
181
DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR THE EVALUATION AND COMPARISON OF CONCESSION PROJECT INVESTMENTS
182
Valuing guarantees in a BOT infrastructure project
183
Use of Warranties on Highway Projects: A Real Option Perspective
184
Preliminary Study on Treatment of Soil Enriched in Chromite Ore Processing Residue by Electrokinetics
185
State-of-Practice of Warranty Contracting in the United States
186
Improving Concessionaire Selection Protocols in Public/Private Partnered Infrastructure Projects
187
Concessionaire Selection: Methods and Criteria
188
Discussion of “Concessionaire Selection: Methods and Criteria” by Xueqing Zhang
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The effect of concession period design on completion risk management of BOT projects
190
Risk assessment for build-operate-transfer projects: a dynamic multi-objective programming approach
191
The Huaibei power plant and its implications for the Chinese BOT market
192
Alternate Financing Strategies for Build-Operate-Transfer Projects
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Tariff adjustment frameworks for privately financed infrastructure projects
194
Discussion of “Optimal Capital Structure Model for BOT Power Projects in Turkey” by Sandalkhan Bakatjan, Metin Arikan, and Robert L. K. Tiong
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Optimal Capital Structure Model for BOT Power Projects in Turkey
196
Knowledge-based risk identification in infrastructure projects
197
The analysis of regulation on private highway investment under a build-operate-transfer scheme
198
How to Evaluate and Invest in Emerging AÕEÕC Technologies under Uncertainty
199
Prototype Model for Build-Operate-Transfer Risk Assessment
200
Economic evaluation of private power production under uncertainties
201
Alternative Concession Model for Build Operate Transfer Contract Projects
202
An option pricing-based model for evaluating the financial viability of privatized infrastructure projects
203
A MULTI-CRITERIA DECISION-MAKING MODEL FOR SELECTION OF BOT TOLL ROAD PROPOSALS WITHIN THE PUBLIC SECTOR
204
Integrated Methodology for Project Risk Management
205
Model on cash flow forecasting and risk analysis for contracting firms
206
Concessionaire Selection for Build-Operate-Transfer Tunnel Projects in Hong Kong
207
Build-Operate-Transfer-Type Procurement in Asian Megaprojects
208
Modelling project investment decisions under uncertainty using possibility theory
209
A structure for government requirements in public-private partnerships
210
Evaluation of BOT projects opportunities in developing countries
211
BOT FINANCIAL MODEL: TAIWAN HIGH SPEED RAIL CASE
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APPROACHES FOR MAKING RISK-BASED GO/NO-GO DECISION FOR INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS
213
A game-theoretical model of private power production
214
real options and game theoretic valuation financing and tendering for investment on BOT projects
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governmental role in BOT-led infrastructure development
216
PROCUREMENT PROTOCOLS FOR PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERED PROJECTS
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Fuzzy multi-criteria decision-making procedure for evaluating advanced manufacturing system investments
218
EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT OF POLITICAL RISKS IN CHINA’S BOT PROJECTS
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Case study of government initiatives for PRC's BOT power plant project
220
Desiging Autonomous Decision Maker Agents for Semistructured MADM
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GUIDELINES ON PRIVATE PUBLIC PARTNERSHIPS FOR INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT
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Generalized economic model, risk analysis framework and decision support system for the analysis and evaluation of capital investment projects
223
A proposal for construction project risk assessment using fuzzy logic
224
Foreign exchange and revenue risks: analysis of key contract clauses in China's BOT project
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Evaluation and management of foreign exchange and revenue risks in China's BOT projects
226
NPV-AT-RISK METHOD IN INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT INVESTMENT EVALUATION
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BOT projects in Taiwan: Financial modeling risk, term structure of net cash…
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A decision support framework for project sponsors in the planning stage of build-operate-transfer (BOT) projects
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POLITICAL RISKS: ANALYSIS OF KEY CONTRACT CLAUSES IN CHINA’S BOT PROJECT
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INFRISK : A computer simulation approach to risk management in infrastructure project finance transactions
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FUNDAMENTALS OF THE ANALYTIC NETWORK PROCESS
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QUALITATIVE DEVELOPMENT OF DEBT/EQUITY MODEL FOR BOT INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS
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An Analysis of Electricity Generation and Tariff Options in Ghana
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The significance of financial risks in BOT procurement
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Risk management framework for BOT power projects in China
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PERFORMANCE BONDS AND GUARANTEES: CONSTRUCTION OWNERS AND PROFESSIONALS BEWARE
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Private sector participation in infrastructure projects: a methodology to analyse viability of BOT
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CSFs in competitive tendering and negotiation model for BOT projects
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COMPARATIVE STUDY OF BOT PROJECTS
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evaluation and competitive tendering of BOT power plant project in china
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IMPROVING MANAGEMENT OF CLAIMS: CO~CTORS'PERSPECTIVE
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CSFs in competitive tendering and negotiation model for BOT projects
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Company and project evaluation model for privately promoted infrastructure projects
244
Impact of financial package versus technical solution in a BOT tender
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risks and gurantees in BOT tender
246
Competitive advantage of equity in BOT tender
247
Debt capacity and optimal capital structure for privately financed infrastructure projects
248
PRICING CONSTRUCTION RISK: FUZZY SET APPLICATION
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A CLARIFICATION OF THE CONCEPTS OF "INCOME,WEALTH BASE, AND RATE OF RETURN IMPLICATIONS OF ALTERNATIVE PROJECT EVALUATION CRITERIA"
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BUILDING PROCUREMENT BY DESIGN AND BUILD APPROACH
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THE IRR,NPV AND PAYBACK PERIOD AND THEIR RELATIVE PERFORMANCE IN COMMON CAPITIAL BUDGETING DECISION PROCEDURES FOR DEALING WITH RISK
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DECISION-SUPPORT METHODOLOGY FOR PLANNING AND EVALUATING PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS"
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ERRORS IN PRESENT WORTH EVALUATIONS ATTRIBUTABLE TO THE END-OF-YEAR AND MID-YEAR CASH FLOW CONVENTIONS