Impact of the capital market collapse on public-private partnership infrastructure projects
Regan, M., Smith J., & Love, P. E. D. (2011). Impact of the capital market collapse on public-private partnership infrastructure projects. Journal of construction engineering and management, 137(1), 6-16.
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2011 HERDC submission. FoR code: 120201
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The collapse of capital markets is having an impact of the funding arrangements for economic and social infrastructure projects in Australia. Bearing this in mind, this paper seeks to examine whether the current volatility and uncertainty in capital markets in Australia affects the feasibility of privately financed infrastructure and specifically the public-private partnership PPP method of procurement. This paper examines the role and dependency that capital markets play in funding PPPs, current market conditions, and how they will affect PPP viability. In addition, alternative funding and procurement mechanisms that can be used for short- and medium-term infrastructure deliveries are presented.
Michael Regan, Jim Smith, and Peter E. D. Love. "Impact of the capital market collapse on public-private partnership infrastructure projects" Journal of construction engineering and management 137.1 (2011): 6-16.
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