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Matti Siemiatycki is an assistant professor of geography and planning at the University of Toronto. His research focuses on infrastructure planning, delivery, and financing. A complete list of publications by professor Siemiatycki can be found here:
http://www.geog.utoronto.ca/people/faculty/siemiatycki/outline-ms

Anne van Koeverden is currently a student in the Master's of Architecture program at the University of Toronto. Her research interests
include: graphic visualization, active transportaon on planning, and sustainable design. A complete portfolio of work by Anne can be found here:
http://www.cargocollective.com/annevankoeverden

SPONSORS

Support for this project was provided by the following sponsor:

SSHRC (Grant #757-2101-0009)

REFERENCES

Publications read during the development of this research include:

Allard, G and Trabant, A. (2008) Public-private partnerships in Spain: lessons and opportunities. International business and economics research journal;7, 1-24.

Bosilio, A., Shaoul, J. And Stafford, A. (2009) Taking its toll: The private financing of roads in Spain. Public Money and Management; 29, 29-36.

Bowman, L. (2002). Outside the farebox. Project Finance; 231, 42-45.

Cohn, D. (2008) British Columbia’s Capital Assets Framework: Moving from transactional to transformative leadership on public-private partnerships, or a ‘railroad job’? Canadian Public Administration; 51, 71-96.

Deloitte Research. (2006) Closing the infrastructure gap: The role of public-private partnerships. London, Deloitte Development, LLP.

Flyvberg, B. (2009) Survival of the unfittest: why the worst infrastructure gets built-and what we can do about it. Oxford Review of Economic Policy; 25, 344-367.

Garvin, M. And Bosso, D. (2008) Assessing the effectiveness of infrastructure public-private partnership programs and projects. Public Works Management and Policy;13, 162-178.

Grimsey, D., and Lewis, M.K. (2004) Public Private Partnerships: The Worldwide Revolution in Infrastructure Provision and Private Finance. Massachusetts, Edward Elgar Publishing.

Hodge, G. and Greve, C. (2007) Public-private partnerships: An international performance review. Public administration review;67, 545-558.

Koppenjan, J.F.M., amd Enserink B. (2009) Public-private partnership in urban infrastructures: reconciling private sector participation and sustainability. Public Administration Review; March/April, 284-296.

Orr, R and Kennedy, J. (2008) Highlights of recent trends in global infrastructure: new players and revised game rules. Transnational Corporations 17, 100-131.

Quiggin, J. (2004) Risk, PPPs, and the public sector comparator. Australian Accounting Review; 14, 51-61.

Sclar, E. (2009) The political-economics of private infrastructure finance: the new sub-prime. Paper presented at the Association of Collegiate schools of planning conference. 1-4 October 2009 Crystal City, Virginia.

Siemiatycki, M. (2010) Delivering transportation infrastructure through public-private partnerships: Planning concerns. Journal of the American Planning Association; 76, 43-58.

Siemiatycki, M. (2006) Implications of public-private partnerships on the development of urban transit infrastructure. Journal of Planning Education and Research; 26, 137-151.

Torrance, M.I. (2009) The rise of a global infrastructure market through relational investing. Economic Georgraphy; Vining, 85, 75-97.

Tufte, Edward (2001). Envisioning Information. Optometry and vision science; 68(4), 322-334.

Tufte, Edward (1997). Visual Explanations. Cataloging and classification quarterly; 23(3), 152-160.

Tufte, Edward (1997). The Visual Display of Quantitative Information. New York: Hayworth Press.

Vining, A.R. and Boardman, A.E. (2008) Public-private partnerships: eight rules for governments. Public Works Management and Policy; 13, 149-161.

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