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Lambert, Martijn (author)
Based on a literature review and expert interviews, a conceptual model is drafted, explaining and visualising successful public-private partnership practice regarding spatial development. Five hypotheses were derived from this model, focussing at the flexibility of the building programmes and the project's phasing, clear project and actor...
master thesis 2019
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Beerens, Tim (author)
The infrastructure gap is defined as the gap between investment requirements of infrastructure and the public funds available. Due to these gaps, not enough new infrastructure is developed and this puts a constraint on economic growth. This study looks at the impact that pension funds can have on closing this infrastructure gap, and thereby aid...
master thesis 2018
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van der Mieden, Jesse (author)
master thesis 2018
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van den Broek, Bastiaan (author)
In this research, a dichotomy between two different risk approaches is presented. One approach depicts risk management and a subpart of it, risk allocation, to be objective. The other approach contradicts this approach by stating that all stages of risk analysis, including its techniques involve subjectivity (Redmill, 2002). The ‘dual nature of...
master thesis 2018
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Nugroho, E.S. (author)
Being nodal points in global supply chain network, port operations disrupted by adverse climate change impacts would bear substantial costs. Therefore, adapting ports to climate change and building their climate resilience are essential. However, the needs may not have been adequately acknowledged by port stakeholders. A series of problem...
master thesis 2016
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Van der Beek, P.P. (author)
At the dawn of a large infrastructure replacement program in the Netherlands the question rises whether current forms of public-private partnerships in infrastructure projects are sufficient to deal with the complexities involved in large scale replacement of water infrastructure objects. It is stated that the concept of public private...
master thesis 2015
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Verbeek, M.E.J. (author)
Analysis and development of a business model for creating a new way-to-market for, and recurring revenue with light content. Provided by Philips Lighting with Dulux as a potential strategic partner.
master thesis 2015
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Van Engen, G. (author)
Trust is a critical success factor for alliance PPP-projects, in which public and private parties closely collaborate to realize a construction project. In The Netherlands, there is an expected increase in PPP-projects, and the alliance arrangement seems to be an attractive form. Trust however, is an abstract and intangible concept, which is...
master thesis 2015
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Wolswinkel, K.H. (author)
In this thesis are three European procurement procedures compared and is reflected on the usage of the possibilities provided for innovation. This investigation is done with help of Rijkswaterstaat. Project where the PCP or the Competitive Dialog was used are reviewed and analysed. Based on scientific sources and interviews legal influence...
master thesis 2015
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Hartman, M. (author)
This research focuses on collaborations between traditional energy companies and cities to increase the sustainability of cities and will be illustrated by the Vattenfall Sustainable Cities case. The environment of traditional energy companies like Vattenfall is changing. Renewable, distributed and more efficient energy generation technologies...
master thesis 2014
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Sturm, C.H.M. (author)
In Dutch urban development practice the emphasis is shifting toward incremental development processes and private sector-led development. Being long term oriented the investor is commonly considered the central actor in future urban development. However, it insight is needed in how the investor can be committed to incremental urban redevelopment...
master thesis 2014
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Den Hoed, R. (author)
There is a growing acknowledgement that the requirements management process in the definition-phase of real estate projects is a crucial factor which significantly influences the total performance and problems in realized buildings can often be traced back to the management of this process. Many initiatives are conducted to analyse and improve...
master thesis 2014
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Hordijk, D. (author)
master thesis 2014
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Van Son, B.I.M. (author)
master thesis 2013
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Wortel, M.C. (author)
The Master’s programme Industrial Ecology is jointly organised by Leiden University and Delft University of Technology. Sustainable development is a young, developing field in which many standards, certificates, and initiatives are spawning. Companies are expected to work on sustainable development by its customers, investors, and society in...
master thesis 2013
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Groenewegen, N.L. (author)
Within the current Dutch construction industry, complex and extensive civil engineering projects are often executed by private partnerships, with a public client (the Dutch department of public works, better known as Rijkswaterstaat). Large projects in this context are considered multimillion euro projects, characterised as uncertain, complex,...
master thesis 2013
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Hao, S. (author)
For a long time, the development of urban infrastructures has been considered as a national responsibility, which means the urban infrastructures should be invested, constructed and operated by the public sectors. The urban subway infrastructures have the characteristics of large upfront investment, long cycle for return on investment, low...
master thesis 2011
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Manrique Millones, O.G.G. (author)
In recent years, Latin America has experienced a rapid urbanization process, which leads to the increase of transportation demands in their main cities. In light of this, governments are working to enlarge infrastructure in the transport sector. However, some limitations such as the availability of public funds for enormous investment in these...
master thesis 2010
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Van Meurs, I. (author)
Many governments in developing countries fail to deliver affordable and sustainable water and sanitation services to their people, particularly the poor. Weak governance, insufficient investments in infrastructure, and inadequate tariff structures are considered to be at the core of poor performing water utilities. Since 2006 the UN Secretary...
master thesis 2010
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Van Dong, P. (author)
The subject of this study is on Public-Private Partnership (PPP) in Vietnam, which has emerged and recognized recently. Public-Private Partnership (PPP) or Private Participation in Infrastructure (PPI) in Vietnam was recognized by first BOT Decree in 1993 after the Government amended the Law on Foreign Investment to make way for "Build Operate...
master thesis 2009
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