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The Determinants of the Asymmetric Power Effects in the context of Public-Private Partnership negotiation (PPP): theoretical Analysis and basic assumptions.

FAKHRI, ISSAOUI and TORKIA, BOUSSIF (2016): The Determinants of the Asymmetric Power Effects in the context of Public-Private Partnership negotiation (PPP): theoretical Analysis and basic assumptions.

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Abstract

The principal aim of this paper is to present the problematic of the asymmetric power effect on public-private partnership. To do this we have mixed the works on PPP and those focusing on asymmetric power on commercial negotiation. This methodology allows us to determine the theoretical variables (in the form of hypothesis) which can be linked to the asymmetric power effect, on PPP negotiation.

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