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Lifecycle-oriented framing of value at the front end of infrastructure projects

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Lifecycle-oriented framing of value at the front end of infrastructure projects. / Martinsuo, Miia; Vuorinen, Lauri; Killen, Catherine; Laiti, Mihkal.

Proceedings of EURAM18 European Academy of Management conference 2018. European Academy of Management, EURAM, 2018. (EURAM conference).

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Harvard

Martinsuo, M, Vuorinen, L, Killen, C & Laiti, M 2018, Lifecycle-oriented framing of value at the front end of infrastructure projects. in Proceedings of EURAM18 European Academy of Management conference 2018. EURAM conference, European Academy of Management, EURAM, EURAM European Academy of Management Conference, 19/06/18.

APA

Martinsuo, M., Vuorinen, L., Killen, C., & Laiti, M. (2018). Lifecycle-oriented framing of value at the front end of infrastructure projects. In Proceedings of EURAM18 European Academy of Management conference 2018 (EURAM conference). European Academy of Management, EURAM.

Vancouver

Martinsuo M, Vuorinen L, Killen C, Laiti M. Lifecycle-oriented framing of value at the front end of infrastructure projects. In Proceedings of EURAM18 European Academy of Management conference 2018. European Academy of Management, EURAM. 2018. (EURAM conference).

Author

Martinsuo, Miia ; Vuorinen, Lauri ; Killen, Catherine ; Laiti, Mihkal. / Lifecycle-oriented framing of value at the front end of infrastructure projects. Proceedings of EURAM18 European Academy of Management conference 2018. European Academy of Management, EURAM, 2018. (EURAM conference).

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abstract = "Infrastructure projects are expected to deliver value to their stakeholders long after their completion. Project value is multi-dimensional and subjective and evolves over the project lifecycle. The framing of the expected value by stakeholders is central to the public debate about proposed infrastructure projects and influences the financing decisions, however this framing is inadequately understood. The objective is to develop new knowledge on the ways in which stakeholders frame project lifecycle value at the front end of infrastructure projects. We compare two transport infrastructure projects in a qualitative, document-based study, map their dimensions of value at the project front end, and identify their approaches to lifecycle-oriented framing of value. The results reveal the dominance of financial, social and comparative value in the project front end, and identify four core themes in the lifecycle-oriented framing of value, including uncertainties, timing of cost and benefit realization, project relations, and external sponsorship.",
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