Archive pour mars 2015

Les contrats de partenariats public-privé : la soutenabilité budgétaire au détriment du partage optimal des risques

18 mars 2015 Frédéric Marty et Phuong Tra Tran – Les contrats de partenariats public-privé : la soutenabilité budgétaire au détriment du partage optimal des risques, Business Management Review, 4(1):2015. Abstract: L’opportunité économique des partenariats public-privé repose sur l’allocation optimale des risques, mais il est possible que l’accroissement du coût des montages ne se traduise pas par une réduction significative du périmètre de…

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Repeated Interactions and Endogenous Contractual Incompleteness. Experimental Evidence

Jean Beuve et Claudine Desrieux, Repeated Interactions and Endogenous Contractual Incompleteness. Experimental Evidence, Theory and Decision, forthcoming. Abstract: This paper empirically investigates the interaction between repeated transactions and endogenous contractual incompleteness. We design an indefinitely repeated games experiment between identifiable players. In this experiment, the probability of continuation and the level of shared information vary over the treatments. The…

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The Quality of Governance and the Use of Negotiated Procurement Procedures: Evidence from the European Union

Numéro: 2015-3 Eshien Chong, Michael Klien and Stéphane Saussier – The Quality of Governance and the Use of Negotiated Procurement Procedures: Evidence from the European Union Abstract: A key phase in any public-private contracting setting involves the selection of a private contracting partner. Although open competitive tenders (open auctions) are usually the preferred mechanism, recent developments in the academic literature have pointed…

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