The Center supports graduate education in transportation P3 policy and practice through the George Mason University (schar.gmu.edu).
The Schar School of Policy and Government offers a graduate seminar in infrastructure public-private partnerships (P3s) taught by Center Director Jonathan Gifford.
The course provides a comprehensive review of the economic, financial and governance issues surrounding infrastructure P3s. It includes U.S. and international experience with P3s in transportation and social infrastructure (e.g., schools, hospitals, public buildings). The course also includes evaluation frameworks such as Value for Money (VfM) analysis and financial models as well as guest lectures by P3 experts and global P3 concessionaires.
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The Schar School of Policy and Government curricula include high priority focus areas such as transportation finance, planning, policy, institutional issues, mega-regions, network analysis, intelligent transportation systems, geographic information systems applications in transport, and transportation policy and planning. Its faculty are trained in economics, civil engineering, urban and regional planning, political science and public administration. Graduate students are enrolled in the School’s Ph.D. in Public Policy and innovative Master’s in Transportation Policy, Operations and Logistics degree programs, as well as its master’s programs in International Commerce and Policy, and in Public Policy.
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