Perceptions on Public and Private Partnerships In Costa Rica
400A Eggers Hall
Alvaro Salas, Ph.D. Student in Public Administration and International Affairs at the Syracuse University Maxwell School.
This study attempts to understand the perceptions and beliefs of public officials and representatives from various decision-making groups that are relevant to the public and private partnership fields and transportation infrastructure policies in Costa Rica. This research will serve at least three purposes. First, it will help parse out various perspectives on transportation infrastructure. Second, the results will inform research in several areas, including transportation infrastructure policy, public-private partnerships, and public participation and civic engagement. Finally, it will elucidate themes in this area that are worthy of future research. The hope is that this research will generate both academic and practitioner-oriented publications and presentations.
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