RISK MANAGEMENT OF PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS IN SEAPORTS
Keywords:public-private partnerships, ports, risk, allocation, cause and effect mapping.
The basic risk groups in public-private partnership projects implemented in seaports (PPP in Ports (P4) is analyzed. This analysis is supported by cause and effect mapping of risk events and their consequences. For demonstration purposes, general cause and effect diagrams of technical, market and financial, environmental and, finally, political risks have been constructed.
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