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Increasing Australia's global competitiveness will depend critically on the efficient procurement, finance, delivery and management of effective and high quality social and economic infrastructure. Experts from industry, government and academia will work with students to critically explore best practice from around the world in social and economic infrastructure planning, procurement and finance. Topics to be covered include domestic and international infrastructure markets and challenges; understanding the transformative role of new infrastructure design and delivery to growth, urban consolidation and renewal; the role of government in infrastructure planning and provision; project service definition; business case/ feasibility; financing structures; procurement options and processes; tendering processes; public sector comparator and other ways of assessing value; delivery; commercial principles; risk management and; contract management.

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