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Management control i offentlig-privat samverkan

Edcrona, Filippa LU ; Hansson, Frida LU and Midsäter, Jennifer LU (2017) FEKH69 20171
Department of Business Administration
Abstract (Swedish)
OPS (offentlig-privat samverkan) är en alternativ upphandlings- och genomförandeform som innebär att privata aktörer inkorporeras i utförandet av omfattande, kapitalintensiva och komplexa projekt i den allmänna nyttan. Till skillnad från traditionella genomförandeformer finns det ett tydligt samband mellan byggprocessens olika skeden i OPS. Detta antas bland annat bidra till effektivare resurs- och kostnadsallokering samt ett förstärkt helhetsperspektiv. Dock innebär det att de avvägningar och beslut som tas under planeringsskedet, och de kontrakterade handlingar som upprättas, ligger till grund för förutsättningarna i genomförandeskedet och förvaltningsskedet. Blir det fel under planeringsskedet kan det med andra ord påverka efterföljande... (More)
OPS (offentlig-privat samverkan) är en alternativ upphandlings- och genomförandeform som innebär att privata aktörer inkorporeras i utförandet av omfattande, kapitalintensiva och komplexa projekt i den allmänna nyttan. Till skillnad från traditionella genomförandeformer finns det ett tydligt samband mellan byggprocessens olika skeden i OPS. Detta antas bland annat bidra till effektivare resurs- och kostnadsallokering samt ett förstärkt helhetsperspektiv. Dock innebär det att de avvägningar och beslut som tas under planeringsskedet, och de kontrakterade handlingar som upprättas, ligger till grund för förutsättningarna i genomförandeskedet och förvaltningsskedet. Blir det fel under planeringsskedet kan det med andra ord påverka efterföljande skeden och därmed även utgången av samverkandet. (Less)
Abstract
PPP (public private partnerships) is an alternative procurement and implementation that involves incorporating private operators into the execution of comprehensive, capital-intensive and complex projects for the public benefit. Unlike traditional forms of implementation, there is a clear link between the different stages of the construction process in PPP. This is believed to contribute, among other things, to more efficient resources and cost allocation, as well as an enhanced overall perspective. However, this means that the deliberations and decisions that take place during the planning phase, and the design of the contracts, underlie the conditions at the implementation stage and the management stage. In other words, if something goes... (More)
PPP (public private partnerships) is an alternative procurement and implementation that involves incorporating private operators into the execution of comprehensive, capital-intensive and complex projects for the public benefit. Unlike traditional forms of implementation, there is a clear link between the different stages of the construction process in PPP. This is believed to contribute, among other things, to more efficient resources and cost allocation, as well as an enhanced overall perspective. However, this means that the deliberations and decisions that take place during the planning phase, and the design of the contracts, underlie the conditions at the implementation stage and the management stage. In other words, if something goes wrong during the planning phase, it may affect the subsequent stage and, consequently, the outcome of the collaboration. (Less)
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author
Edcrona, Filippa LU ; Hansson, Frida LU and Midsäter, Jennifer LU
supervisor
organization
alternative title
Management control in public private partnerships
course
FEKH69 20171
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Offentlig-privat samverkan, OPS, risk, kontroll, byggprocessen
language
Swedish
id
8920015
date added to LUP
2017-07-12 15:57:41
date last changed
2017-07-12 15:57:41
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  abstract     = {PPP (public private partnerships) is an alternative procurement and implementation that involves incorporating private operators into the execution of comprehensive, capital-intensive and complex projects for the public benefit. Unlike traditional forms of implementation, there is a clear link between the different stages of the construction process in PPP. This is believed to contribute, among other things, to more efficient resources and cost allocation, as well as an enhanced overall perspective. However, this means that the deliberations and decisions that take place during the planning phase, and the design of the contracts, underlie the conditions at the implementation stage and the management stage. In other words, if something goes wrong during the planning phase, it may affect the subsequent stage and, consequently, the outcome of the collaboration.},
  author       = {Edcrona, Filippa and Hansson, Frida and Midsäter, Jennifer},
  keyword      = {Offentlig-privat samverkan,OPS,risk,kontroll,byggprocessen},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Management control i offentlig-privat samverkan},
  year         = {2017},
}