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Proactive contracting in finnish ppp projects

    Antti Tieva Affiliation
    ; Juha-Matti Junnonen Affiliation

Abstract

Public‐private‐partnership projects are long term, complex and very challenging contractual arrangements and relationships. They bring new roles for public sector and also for private sector in terms of construction and services. This paper will go through some features of the Finnish PPPs. Proactive law focuses in practical views as regards contract law and contractual issues. The main target is to prevent problems instead of confronting them. This paper will clarify what proactive law is about in terms of contract law and contracting especially in PPPs. For instance, 20–40 years’ partnership relation with PPPs brings up also dozens of different risks into the picture. This paper will discuss the risks and risk management in terms of proactive law and after that, focus on PPPs in Finland.


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Viešojo ir privataus sektoriu partnerystes (VPP) projektai ‐ tai ilgalaikiai, sude tin gi ir itin daug pastangu reikalaujantys sutartiniai susitarimai ir santykiai. Ne tik viešajame, bet ir privačiajame sektoriuje jie sukuria naujus, su statyba ir paslaugomis susijusius, vaidmenis. Šiame darbe apžvelgiami kai kurie Suomijos VPP bruožai. Iniciatyvi teise glaudžiai susijusi su prak ti nemis pažiūromis, sutarčiu teise ir pan. Pagrindinis tikslas ‐ išvengti problemu užuot jas sprendus. Šiame darbe paaiškinama iniciatyvios teises esme sudarant sutartis, ypač VPP. Pavyzdžiui, kai VPP trunka 20–40 metu, susiduriama su daugybe ivairiu rizikos rūšiu. Todel straipsnyje pirmiausia aptariamos rizikos rūšys ir rizikos valdymo būdai taikant iniciatyvia teise, o po to ‐ Suomijos VPP.


First Publish Online: 18 Oct 2010

Keyword : Proactive contracting, Risk management, Public-private partnership

How to Cite
Tieva, A., & Junnonen, J.-M. (2009). Proactive contracting in finnish ppp projects. International Journal of Strategic Property Management, 13(3), 219-228. https://doi.org/10.3846/1648-715X.2009.13.219-228
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