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An Investigation of Risks Dimension Behind the Selection of Public-Private Partnership Funding Mechanism in Indonesia: A Stakeholder Perspective.
Public-Private Partnership (PPP) is one of the most innovative procurement methods for an infrastructure project that is currently in high demand in Indonesia. While this scheme offers many advantages, the most significant benefit is a more proper risk allocation between the public and private sector. The risk-sharing between the two parties could be implemented in the whole project cycle, including when the project should decide its funding resources, which could be directly from the end-user (User Charge), or the annual government payment (Availability Payment). Despite the importance of risk and funding method, this study found only a few previous works of literature that are focussing on how risk could affect the selection of PPP project funding mechanism. Therefore, this research aims to identify the risks and the stakeholder preference for PPP funding mechanism in the Indonesian context. This study performs semi-structured interviews as a qualitative data collection method. The interview participants are from numbers of PPP practitioners in Indonesia with various professional backgrounds. After several series of interview, this study found numerous risks that should be considered in the funding selection process that could be categorised into four major risk groups, which are: demand, political, relationship, and financial dimensions. This research also found that the stakeholder preference on the funding selection is classified into three contexts, which are: (1) The types of infrastructure project, (2) Sector maturity, and (3) The degree of risk uncertainty. Additionally, this research then concluded by providing four key-suggestions for a more proper PPP funding selection decision-making, that are: (1) Ensure PPP is the best option in the first place, (2) Make a standardised, integrated, and sustain policy, (3) More balance risk allocation, and (4) Enhance the PPP knowledge in various sectors.

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David McMeekin from the Technology Fund: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series March 19, 2009 featuring David McMeekin from the Technology Fund, which provides investments to innovative technology based start-up companies. He offers his advice on how to attract this sort of investment. David McMeekin from the Technology Fund: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series

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Graham O'Keefe from Atlas Ventures: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series, November 20, 2008 featuring venture capitalist Graham O'Keefe from Atlas Ventures. Graham talsk about what venture capital firms look for in an investment and how they make a profit and other information to help entrepreneurs get funding.

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Graham O'Keefe: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Spring 2010 [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture - Graham O'Keefe Spring 2010. Graham talks about the Fundamentals of Venture Capital Backed Companies.

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Phil Makinson, Kabbee: UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Phil Makinson, Kabbee: UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series 8th March 2012

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Scott Allison, Teamly: UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Scott Allison, Teamly: UCL Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series 20th October 2011

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