Pricing Final Indemnification Payments to Private Sponsors in Project-Financed Public-Private Partnerships: An Application of Real Options Valuation
The extraordinary global growth in the private funding of public infrastructure projects in the form of public-private partnerships (or PPPs) is expected to have major social and economic benefits-benefits that result in large part from improving the allocation of project risks between the public and private sectors. But with the financial crisis and severe tightening of credit likely to limit the financing and delivery of new projects, both project participants and their financiers need to manage the technical, economic, legal, and political complexities of infrastructure projects more carefully, especially in less traditional infrastructure deals that involve complex operations, new assets, or emerging markets. Copyright Copyright (c) 2009 Morgan Stanley.
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Volume (Year): 21 (2009)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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