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UDK: 69.008:658.14/15
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Published: Građevinar 59 (2007) 7
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Public-Private Partnership and its implementation in Croatia

Saša Marenjak, Vladimir Skendrović, Branko Vukmir, Josip Čengija

Abstract

The notion of Public-Private Partnership (PPP), its typical elements, as well as the related contract forms and models, are presented in the initial part of the paper. The authors indicate in which way public sector can be indebted, and which subjects have to assume the construction risk. Guidelines given by the Government of the Republic of Croatia, and the Edict on approvals needed prior to contract signing, are presented in the section of the paper focusing on the implementation of PPP projects in Croatia. The participants in PPP projects are also defined in these documents.

Keywords
risks, public-private partnership (PPP), PPP elements, contract forms, contract models, public sector

HOW TO CITE THIS ARTICLE:

Marenjak, S., Skendrović, V., Vukmir, B., Čengija, J.: Public-Private Partnership and its implementation in Croatia, GRAĐEVINAR, 59 (2007) 7

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Marenjak, S., Skendrović, V., Vukmir, B., Čengija, J. (2007). Public-Private Partnership and its implementation in Croatia, GRAĐEVINAR, 59 (7)
Authors:
Marenjak Sasa
Saša Marenjak
Construction Management Research Unit, Division of Civil
Engineering, University of Dundee, Dundee, United Kingdom

Vladimir Skendrović
Advisor of World Bank

Branko Vukmir
barrister

Josip Čengija
Croatian Institute for bridges and constructions