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Participación privada en proyectos de infraestructura y determinantes de los arreglos contractuales observados: El caso de Chile

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  • Ricardo Sanhueza
  • José Miguel Sánchez
  • Ricardo D. Paredes Molina

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El objetivo del Proyecto de Investigación es el de analizar y explicar las formas contractuales quese observan en seis proyectos de Infraestructura Pública en los cuales hay participación privada enChile. En consecuencia, la unidad de análisis para la investigación es el proyecto de inversión elegido y más específicamente, el arreglo contractual entre el gobierno y el privado.

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  • Ricardo Sanhueza & José Miguel Sánchez & Ricardo D. Paredes Molina, 2001. "Participación privada en proyectos de infraestructura y determinantes de los arreglos contractuales observados: El caso de Chile," Research Department Publications 3110, Inter-American Development Bank, Research Department.
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