A Life-Cycle Model for Evaluating Social Infrastructure Public-Private Partnerships
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Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) have been an integral part of infrastructure procurement strategy of Australian state governments. However, there has been a paucity of PPP evaluation research, despite its importance. This thesis contributes to the body of knowledge by developing a life-cycle model for evaluating social infrastructure PPP projects. A process-based life-cycle model, which incorporates five measurement perspectives, a sequence of key performance indicators and learning and supporting mechanisms, is empirically developed and tested.