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Civil engineering, Transport engineering
This paper deals with the topic of risk management in Public–Private Partnership (PPP). The analysis of the related literature reveals that risks must be analyzed and managed on a context-speciﬁc approach, and that there is a lack of a comprehensive study on the appropriate risk mitigation strategies for each risk embedded in PPP projects. Focusing on the transport sector, based on the results of a Delphi survey, the paper provides guidelines for both public and private parties in deﬁning a list of signiﬁcant risks in PPP motorway projects, and identifying for them both the effective allocation and the suitable mitigation strategies. Results of the Delphi survey have been compared with the common practices on risk management applied in eight real motorway PPP projects.
Carbonara, N. et al.(2015) Risk Management in Motorway PPP Projects: Empirical-based Guidelines,Transport Reviews, Vol. 35, Is. 2. https://doi.org/10.21427/0znr-x792