An investigation of governance frameworks for public projects in Norway and the UK
International Journal of Project Management
Volume 28, Issue 1, January 2010, Pages 40-50
This paper describes four case studies which formed a key part of an investigation into public investment project governance frameworks in Norway and the UK. The studies looked at how the embedded governance principles worked out in practice, how they affected PM, and how consistent their effects were with their aims. Conclusion is made about the actual effects of the frameworks, and various areas for improvement or further study are highlighted.
Keywords: Governance; Case studies; Public projects
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