New research project on Public-Private Partnerships has received funding from ANZSOG
Research project on public-private partnerships receives funding from ANZSOG – Australian and New Zealand School of Government
Academic director at the Public-Private platform Carsten Greve is part of a new research project on public-private partnerships (PPPs) that has received funding from ANZSOG – the Australian and New Zealand School of Government and has support from the Victorian Auditor General’s Office. The research project is called: “Governing Public-Private Partnerships: After the Ribbon-Cutting, then What?”. The project is led by Professor Graeme Hodge from Monash University in Australia. The other members of the research team are Colin Duffield from the University of Melbourne and Emille Boulot from Monash University. The funding will mainly go to research activities in Australia. The project is focused on examining how governments govern and regulate long term infrastructure contract public private partnerships (LTIC PPPs) for the medium to long term, what institutional options are being considered and chosen by governments, which tools are being adopted for this task, how capability is being ensured, and how Australian governments might improve performance here. The outcome is going to be a journal article. The project has begun in 2014 and interviews with government and industry people will be conducted in the first part of 2015.
Professor Graeme Hodge is visiting Department of Business and Politics in November-December 2014 as part of the SUSTAIN research project on sustainable national transport planning, a project that CBS is involved with together with the Technical University of Denmark and several international universities.