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Appendix D References and Bibliography

References

  1. Bond Buyer. "Southeast Transportation Officials Look to New Funding Ideas." March 4, 2005.
  2. Government Accountability Office. Government Auditing Standards: 2003 Revision. (GAO–03–673G), http://www.gao.gov/govaud/d03673g.html.
  3. Abrams, Jim. "Highway funding running on empty." Associated Press, published in Montgomery Advertiser, November 26, 2005.
  4. Bond Buyer. "Public-Private Partnerships to Grow in Number, Participants Say." October 19, 2005.
  5. U.S. Department of Transportation. Report to Congress on Public–Private Partnerships. December 2004, https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/reports/pppdec2004/.
  6. Matthews, Stephen. "Take the Initiative." Estates Gazette, January 29, 2005, Issue 504, 158–160.
  7. Public Private Finance. "Reform marks Euro giants' new appetite for partnering." Focus: International, April 2005, www.publicprivatefinance.com.
  8. Euromoney. "Public Private Partnerships and Project Finance in Portugal." 2005 Guide to Portugal, 8–9.
  9. Rebollo, Andres. PPPs in Road Projects in Spain. PricewaterhouseCoopers, 2003.

Bibliography

Abadie, Richard, and Howcroft, Adrian. Developing Public Private Partnerships in New Europe. PricewaterhouseCoopers, May 2004.

Abrams, Jim. "Highway funding running on empty." Associated Press, published in Montgomery Advertiser, November 26, 2005.

Albania Supreme Audit Institution. "External Audit on the Course of Public Property Privatisation." Paper presented at INTOSAI Working Group on the Audit of Privatization Meeting, June 2001, www.nao.org.uk/intosai/wgap/6thmeetingalbania.cfm.

American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials. "Britain's First Privately Financed Toll Road Enters Service." News and Innovations, Innovative Finance, AASHTO, November 14, 2005, http://www.innovativefinance.org/news_innovations/01122004_britain_s_first.asp.

Bond Buyer. "Public-Private Partnerships to Grow in Number, Participants Say." October 19, 2005.

Bond Buyer. "Southeast Transportation Officials Look to New Funding Ideas." March 4, 2005.

Brewer, Paul K., and Johnson, Libby. Partnering in Practice, New Approaches to PPP Delivery. PricewaterhouseCoopers, 2004.

Choin, Aileen. "Public, Private Sector Officials Look at Partnership Angles." ENR: Engineering News–Record, January 24, 2005, Vol. 54 Issue 3, 15.

Euromoney, "Infrastructure Finance—A Growing Market for Public Private Partnerships." 2005 Guide to Portugal, 2–3.

Euromoney. "Public Private Partnerships and Project Finance in Portugal." 2005 Guide to Portugal, 8–9.

European Commission. Trans–European Transport Network: Ten–T priority axes and projects 2005. http://ec.europa.eu/ten/transport/projects/doc/2005_ten_t_en.pdf. (.pdf, 14.4 mb)

European Court of Auditors. "European Group Publishes Implementing Guidelines for INTOSAI Auditing Standards." International Journal of Government Auditing, April 1999, 10–12.

Federal Highway Administration. Construction Management Practices In Canada and Europe. FHWA International Technology Exchange Program report, April 2005.

Federal Highway Administration. Contract Administration: Technology and Practice in Europe. FHWA International Technology Exchange Program report, October 2002.

Federal Highway Administration. "Fact Sheets on Highway Provisions, Stewardship and Oversight Program." Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users, https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/safetealu/factsheets/stewardover.htm.

Federal Highway Administration. FHWA Stewardship/ Oversight Task Force Final Report–March 20, 2001. https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/programadmin/mega/soreport.htm.

Federal Highway Administration. Innovative Finance Primer. April 2002, https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/innovativeFinance/ifp/index.htm.

Federal Highway Administration. "International Technology Exchange Programs." http://www.international.fhwa.dot.gov/tmpl.cfm?title=scanning.

Federal Highway Administration. Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users. U.S. Public Law 109–59, https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/safetealu/legis.htm.

Federal Highway Administration. "Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users, a Summary of Highway Provisions." https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/safetealu/summary.htm.

Government Accountability Office. Government Auditing Standards: 2003 Revision.(GAO-03–673G), http://www.gao.gov/govaud/d03673g.html.

Halasz, Gejza Zs. "Auditing Concession Contracts." Paper presented at INTOSAI Working Group on the Audit of Privatization Meeting, June 2001, www.nao.org.uk/intosai/wgap/8thmeeting/8thhungary.htm.

Howcraft, Adrian. "Public/Private Partnerships (PPPs): A Slow Roll–Out in Europe." European Business Forum, www.ebfonline.com.

International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions. "The Role of the State as Minority Shareholder in Private Businesses." Proposal by the SAIs of Norway and the United Kingdom, INTOSAI Working Group on the Audit of Privatisation, June 2001, www.nao.org.uk/intosai/wgap/minority1.html.

Irish Department of Finance. Central Guidance 3: Guidelines for the Reporting Arrangements, Role and Function of a Process Auditor in a Public Private Partnership Project. Central Public Private Partnerships Unit, June 2004.

Irish Department of Finance. "Framework for PPP Awareness and Training: Background and Explanatory Note." Interdepartmental Group on Public Private Partnerships, December 2000.

Irish Department of Finance. Guidelines for the Appraisal and Management of Capital Expenditure Proposals in the Public Sector. February 2005.

Li, Bing; Akintoye, A.; Edwards, P.J.; and Hardcastle, C. "Perceptions of Positive and Negative Factors Influencing the Attractiveness of PPP/PFI Procurement for Construction Projects in the UK: Findings from a questionnaire survey." Engineering Construction and Architectural Management, 2005, Vol. 12 Issue 2, 125–148.

Matthews, Stephen. "Take the Initiative." Estates Gazette, January 29, 2005, Issue 504, 158–160.

National Chamber Foundation. Future Highway and Public Transportation Finance Study. U.S. Chamber of Commerce, May 2005.

Public Private Finance. "No Equity, No Interest?" Focus: Scotland, May 2005, www.publicprivatefinance.com.

Public Private Finance. "The Long Road From Crisis to Opportunity." Focus: Transport, May 2005, www.publicprivatefinance.com.

Public Private Finance. "Reform marks Euro giants' new appetite for partnering." Focus: International, April 2005, www.publicprivatefinance.com.

Public Private Finance. "Reforms mean good times ahead for French PPPs, says credit agency." News, February 2005, www.publicprivatefinance.com.

Rebollo, Andres. PPPs in Road Projects in Spain. PricewaterhouseCoopers, 2003.

Saudagaran, Shahrokh M. International Accounting: A User Perspective. Mason, Ohio: South–Western College Publishing Co., 2001.

Smith, Julian, and Brooks, Ian. The Trans–European Transport Network: from aspiration to reality. PricewaterhouseCoopers, 2004.

Terpstra, Jessica. "The Netherlands: Government Steps up PPS." International Financial Law Review, September 2005, Vol. 24 Issue 9, 101–102.

TOLLROADnews. "Portugal to Toll All Motorways–free roads no longer financially viable." October 10, 2004.

U.K. Department of Transport. Full Guidance on Local Transport Plans, Second Edition. January 2006, http://www.dft.gov.uk/pgr/regional/ltp/guidance/fltp/fullguidanceonlocaltransport3657.

U.K. National Audit Office. Department of Trade and Industry: The Acquisition of German Parcel. National Audit Office press notice, August 24, 2000, www.nao.org.uk/pn/9900858.html.

U.S. Department of Transportation. Report to Congress on Public–Private Partnerships. December 2004, https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/reports/pppdec2004/.

Wilson, Earl R.; Kattelus, Susan C.; and Hay, Leon E. Accounting for Governmental and Nonprofit Entities, 12th ed. New York: McGraw–Hill Irwin, 2001.

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