Public Private Partnerships (PPP) represent an increasingly frequent investment pattern where composite stakeholders interact in joint initiatives. Alignment of interests and consequent composition of conflicts is driven by the business purpose of the shared corporation, represented by a private Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) within a Project Financing (PF) investment package. Corporate governance implications go beyond the traditional contra position between ownership and control, showing cooperative patterns where the value is co-created and distributed. Big data-driven networks represent a trendy issue that connects public and private stakeholders through digital platforms where data are shared in real time. Information asymmetries and governance concerns are consequently softened.
|Numero di pagine||11|
|Rivista||CORPORATE OWNERSHIP & CONTROL|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 2017|
- Project Finance, Stakeholders, Information Asymmetries, Corporate Governance, Theory of the Firm, Network Theory, Leverage, Value Chains, Value Co-creation, Digital Networks