This is a self-contained text on the logic and institutions of project finance, supplemented by a series of project finance case studies illustrating applications in different economic environments, across different jurisdictions and at different stages of development. It will introduce an analytical framework drawing on applied institutional economics that includes and concentrates primarily on an analysis of the institutional logic behind generic project finance arrangements. The application of the institutional framework will be demonstrated with project cases from Hong Kong, Thailand, India, Europe and Azerbaijan - each at different stages of development. While each project case will have a general theme and will highlight aspects of interest to built environment professionals, it will primarily be used to illustrate one or more specific PF/PFI principle.Jensen, M.C. (2000) A Theory of the Firm: Governance, Residual Claims, and Organisational Forms. ... http://www. lee.greens.org.au/campaigns/crosscity.htm Lindrup, G. and Godfrey, E. (1998) Butterworths PFI Manual. ... retrieved December 28, 2006, from http://www.london.edu/assets/documents/PDF/18.104.22.168. 6_dabhol.pdf Nainan, M. (1995) Enron Submits Renegotiation Proposals for Power Project.
|Title||:||Project Finance for Construction and Infrastructure|
|Author||:||Frederik Pretorius, Berry-Fong Chung-Hsu, Arthur McInnes, Paul Lejot, Douglas Arner|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2008-04-30|