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Public-Private Partnership Conference Series CBS-Sauder-Monash
June 13 - 14, 2013
BIG 4 Conference Centre, Sauder School of Business
The University of British Columbia


Click here for the program pdf file.


June 13 (Thursday)

0800 - 0830

Continental Breakfast

0830 - 0900

Welcome and Introduction

Prof. Anthony Boardman (Sauder School of Business, UBC)

0900 - 0945

Session #1:

PPP – The Optimum Role for Government in Providing Public Goods

By Dr. Larry Blain (Chair of Board of Directors, Partnerships BC)

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0945 - 1030

Session #2:

Public-Private Partnership: A Contemporary Research Agenda

By Prof. Graeme Hodge (Monash University) and Prof. Carsten Greve (Copenhagen Business School)

1030 - 1045

Coffee break

1045 - 1130

Session #3:

A Comparative Analysis between the Construction Industry and the Pharmaceutical Industry in Denmark.

By Prof. Christina D. Tvarnø, Prof. Grith Ølykke & Prof. Kim Østergaard  (Copenhagen Business School)

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1130 - 1215

Session #4:

The Trade-off Between Flexibility and Efficiency  When Choosing Between PPPs and Traditional Methods

By Prof. Tom Ross and Jing Yan (Sauder School of Business, UBC)

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1215 - 1330

Lunch

1330 - 1415

Session #5:

PPPs and Italian Acute Fiscal and Financial Constraints: Implication for Infrastructure Development

By Prof. Veronica Vecchi  (Università Bocconi)

1415 - 1500

Session #6:

Is There a Distinctive Canadian PPP Model? Reflections on Twenty Years of Practice

By Prof. Matti Siemiatycki (University of Toronto)

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1500 - 1515

Coffee break

1515 - 1600

Session #7:

Public-Private Partnerships as Hybrid Organizational Drivers for Innovation

By Sofie Dam (Copenhagen Business School)

1600 - 1645

Session #8

Private Investment and Road Pricing: The Investment Public-Private Partnership

By Prof. Richard Geddes and Dimitar N. Nentchev (Cornell University)

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1645 - 1700

Concluding Comments

1700 - 1800

Transfer to the Royal Vancouver Yacht Club

1800 - 2030

Reception and dinner at the Royal Vancouver Yacht Club

(3811 Point Grey Road, Vancouver, BC . 604-224-1344)