BUiD’s academics edit a book about Planning and Management of Global Strategic Infrastructure Projects

 

Professor Edward Ochieng, Head of Project Management programmes at BUiD and Dr Sulafa Badi, Associate Professor at the Faculty of Business and law along with Tarila Zuofa edited a book titled ‘Routledge Handbook of Planning and Management of Global Strategic Infrastructure Projects’.

 

The book offers a practical set of recommendations for governments on attracting private capital for infrastructure projects while creating clear social and economic value for their citizens. Through theoretical underpinning, empirical data and case studies, the book provides support to students, researchers, practitioners and policymakers as they continue the challenging quest of improving and understanding the complex strategic planning and management of infrastructure projects.

 

Three of BUiD’s academics were among the authors who contributed to the book. Authors who shared their expertise were, Dr. Kate Davis (Kingston University, UK), Prof. Jeffrey Pinto (Penn State University, US), Dr. Francesco Maddloni (Kingston University, UK), Dr. Samih Yehia (British University in Dubai), Prof. Ashley Pinnington (British University in Dubai), Dr. Maria Papadaki (British University in Dubai), Dr. Hemanta Doloi (University of Melbourne, Australia), Diana Ominde (Strathmore University, Kenya), Dr. Ambisisi Ambituuni, Coventry University, UK), Dr. Nicholas Chileshe (University of South Australia), Dr. Neema Kavishe ( Ardhi University, Tanzania), Prof. David Bryde (Liverpool Business School, John Moores University, UK), Simon Taylor (The 3rd Curve Limited, UK), Roger Toby (Liverpool Business School, John Moores University, UK), Dr. Ximing Ruan (University of the West of England, UK), Geraldine Hudson (University of the West of England, UK), Dr Huwida Said (Zayed University, Dubai), Dr. Eleni Papadonikolaki (University College London, UK), Dr. Bethan Morgan (University College London, UK).

 

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