Congresos de la Universitat Politècnica de València, CIT2016. Congreso de Ingeniería del Transporte

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Commercial Consolidation Model Applied to Transport Infrastructure
Joaquim José Guilherme de Aragão, Lílian dos Santos Fontes Pereira, Yaeko Yamashita

Última modificación: 05-06-2016

Resumen


Since the 1990s, transport concessions, including public-private partnerships (PPPs), have been increasingly adopted by governments as an alternative for financing and operations in public investments, especially in transport infrastructure. The advantage pointed out by proponents of these models lies in merging the expertise and capital of the private sector to the public interest. Several arrangements are possible and have been employed in different cases. After the duration of the first PPP contracts in transportation, many authors have analyzed the success and failure factors of partnerships. The occurrence of failures in some stages of the process can greatly encumber the public administration, incurring losses to the fiscal responsibility of the competent bodies. This article aims to propose a new commercial consolidation model applied to transport infrastructure to ensure fiscal sustainability and overcome the weaknesses of current models. Initially, a systematic review of the literature covering studies on transport concessions between 1990 and 2015 is offered, where the different approaches between various countries are compared and the critical success factors indicated in the studies are identified. In the subsequent part of the paper, an approach for the commercial consolidation of the infrastructure concessions is presented, where the concessionary is paid following a finalistic performance model, which includes the overall fiscal balance of regional growth. Finally, the papers analyses the usefulness of the model in coping with the critical success factors explained before.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4995/CIT2016.2016.4104


Palabras clave


transport concession; commercial consolidation; fiscal sustainability

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