The aim of this paper is to measure ‘overall’ success of a public private partnership (PPP) transport projects using four case studies. All four case studies are PPP toll roads from four different EU countries (UK, Spain, Portugal and Greece). The case studies have been
analysed using a manual Qualitative Comparative Analysis approach. According to the paper, three different perspectives have been used to measure the success of a project, that is, project management perspective, stakeholder perspective and contract management perspective. The ‘overall’
success has then been deduced by bringing these three perspectives together as a holistic approach. The findings are presented in the form of a matrix and the final outcome of the paper shows a simple methodological approach that can be used to measure success of a PPP transport project. Since
the study takes more of a qualitative approach, researcher bias and perceptions have a major role to play in the final outcome. However, to reduce ‘biasness’, quantitative measures have also been used to quantify the Key Performance Indicators and performance measures in the case
studies. It is hoped that the study makes a valid contribution to the areas of transport PPPs and performance measurement.
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PPP (Public Private Partnership);
key performance indicators (KPI);
qualitative comparative analysis (QCA);
Document Type: Research Article
Grenfell-Baines School of Architecture, Construction and Environment, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, PR1 2HE, UK
Financing Department, Faculty of Economic and Business Sciences, Autonomous University of Madrid, Cantoblanco, Madrid, 28049, Spain
March 4, 2015
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