Risks Arising from the Public-Private Partnership Contracts: A Pilot Study in the Directorate of Roads and Bridges in Nineveh Province
AbstractThis research is targeted to stand on the situation of risks by public-private partnership contracts, and determine the perceptual level of risk by liable individuals in the field of research, then determine the span of variance in risk levels of these contracts. To achieve these objectives, the researchers tended to design questionnaire designed to test the validity of research hypotheses. The questionnaire was distributed to the employees in the Directorate of Roads and Bridges in Nineveh Province. When data collected, statistical tools of data analysis were used by researchers to access to the results then formulate number of conclusions. The main one is that there is a weakness in the perceptions of company risks, and the variance in the risk appearance. Furthermore, there is a weakness in the company capability in the risk management and weakness in the risk methods.
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