September 2022

Structuring Public-Private Partnerships for Public Value: Analysis of Two Transportation Infrastructure Case Studies

Eoin Reeves (ed), University of Limerick, Ireland

Study by Martin Mayer and Julieta-Elena (Wie) Yusuf

This article examines the performance of P3s in terms of public value.  The authors note that achieving balance between public value and private profit has been a challenge for P3s and the topic is under-researched.  In that sense, the article covers a relatively new direction in P3 research which hitherto used mainly economic and financial criteria such as value for money to assess P3 performance.

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