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Public Private Partnership And Game Theory


  • Kargol, Aneta
  • Sokol, Ewa


Due to a lot of entities engaged in PPP, such as government (central state or local) authority or a government-owned enterprise, project sponsors, construction companies, providers of necessary equipment, plant operators, insurers, etc., they must to co-operate one another. This co-operation in some cases could be examining as a game. The better understanding of PPP games can decrease costs and potential losses. Because of relatively short time of functioning of PPP we should carefully prescribe obligations and rights of every partner and think about PPP as a co-operation, not rivalry.

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  • Kargol, Aneta & Sokol, Ewa, 2008. "Public Private Partnership And Game Theory," GAZDà LKODà S: Scientific Journal on Agricultural Economics, Kà ROLY RÓBERT OKTATÓ-KUTATÓ Kht., vol. 51(19).
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:gazdal:58911

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