Round table “Writing of Academic Papers on Public-Private Partnership issues”
|About the event|
Round table "Writing of Academic Papers on Public-Private Partnership Issues" will be held on October 5, 2018 within the second day of the international research conference GSOM Emerging Markets Conference 2018.
The roundtable agenda includes discussion of the existing research schools, academic journals and conferences on Public-Private Partnership. Also the most relevant literature reviews, databases and publications topics will be discussed.
Students, graduate students of SPbU, GSOM Emerging Markets Conference 2018 participants, representatives of the Leontief Center, participants of the annual conference “PPP in Transport: Models and Experience” held at GSOM SpbU. Will take part in the round table. Representatives of PPP research centers, students and post-graduate students of St. Petersburg universities are also welcome to participate.
|>||Working language is English.|
|>||When and where: October 5, 14.30-16.00, Room 1209|
Professor of Law, Monash University, Australia
Graeme Hodge is a Professor of Law at Monash University and an internationally respected scholar on public policy matters such as public-private partnership, privatization and regulation. He is winner of the Monash University doctoral supervision excellence Award and has published twelve books and 115 papers. Graeme has worked in both the public and private sectors, and consulted to the OECD, European Commission, United Nations, Asian Development Bank, Commonwealth Secretariat and Australian governments on issues of public policy and regulatory governance. He has also served as special adviser and contributed to 22 Parliamentary Committees and Inquiries. His research grants have covered the arenas of government accountability, water sector regulation, electricity reform, nanotechnology regulation and urban services. His next book (being completed with Greve) is Public-Private Partnership Logic: The Enduring Interdependency between Politics and Markets, Edward Elgar.
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Round table Chair
GSOM Emerging Markets Conference-2018 Organizing Committee