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Public-Private Partnerships: Case Studies on Infrastructure Development

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Public-Private Partnerships: Case Studies in Infrastructure Development demystifies this innovative solution to the challenges of designing, financing, building, and operating major infrastructure projects. In today's world, partnerships between public agencies-federal, state, and local-and private companies are an increasingly popular policy tool. At a time when ...more
Hardcover, 403 pages
Published December 1st 2011 by American Society of Civil Engineers (first published May 4th 2011)
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Jul 12, 2015 Mike rated it liked it
Published in 2011, so some of the 'developments' are already a little dated. The textbook does a nice job of introducing PPPs, the major players, investors, developers, etc. Then Levy goes into several case studies: Virgina Dept of Transportation; Chicago Skyway; Indiana Toll Road; Texas Dept. of Transport Strategic Plan; and Flordia (Turnpike, Port of Miami). He also lightly touches on PPPs in Mexico and Canada.

Although the book seems to indicate writing on all infrastructure, perhaps because
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