CALL FOR PAPERS
Joint Venture for Infrastructure Development in
the context of Decentralization and Globalization
Institute Technology of Bandung (ITB),
September, 28-29, 2011
Institute Technology of Bandung (ITB)
International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM)
The deadline for abstracts is
June 7th, 2011
BACKGROUND AND SCOPE
It is natural for countries to be dependent on investments, especially construction sector, as it makes a noticeable contribution to the economic output of a country. Investments on construction sector generate employments and incomes for the people and therefore the effects of changes in the construction industry on the economy occur at all levels and in virtually all aspects of life (Chen, 1998; Rameezdeen, 2007).
Public Sector in this case, has a big responsibility to ensure the continuity of those investments. However, public sector in developing countries often faces issues in making investments, among them is the financial constraints and risk occurrence. Therefore, joint venture investment is seen as a solution for developing countries to improve or maintain its economic growth while also reducing public sector’s liability on the other
side. As recently, decentralization has been playing an influential role in a country’s development, the interaction between joint venture work and decentralization on solving those issues would also be an interesting matter to be discussed.
Joint venture investments can be found on various construction sectors, the most notable would be infrastructure development. In most countries, joint venture in infrastructure development differs from other joint venture such as in industrial development.
Infrastructure development in most countries is the responsibility of the public sector, while other sector such as industrial development is mostly associated with the private sector. Therefore, these 2 sectors would also have different joint venture implementations.
Aside the differences in its implementations on various sectors, joint venture work are being done differently for each country, starting from its scheme, procurement, financing to its risk management. By understanding the different characteristics of joint venture work in each country, we are going to be able to learn from the experiences of other country and develop a better framework for joint venture work. Since the development of joint venture has been rapid and intersects with many other aspects, this conference
would accept broader topic related to joint ventures.
Topics of interest in this Multi-national Joint Venture for Construction Works include (but not limited to):
1. Institutional Framework for JV projects
2. Procurement and Project Delivery Approaches
3. Project Evaluation Methodology for JV projects
4. Funding for JV projects
5. Selection of Contractors and Prequalification
6. Project Management and Contract Administration
7. Law and Contracts for JV projects
8. Risk Management Methodology for JV projects
9. Cultural and Religious Issues in JV Management
10. Roles of Government in Multi-national JVs
11. Critical Success Factors in JVs
12. Conflict And Conflict Resolution in JVs
13. Impact of National and International Issues on JVs
14. The Future of Multi-national JVs
15. Education, Research and Development in Multi-national JVs
16. Relationship management in JVs
17. Leadership in JVs
18. JV Contribution to the Regional Development
19. JV in Regional Planning
20. JV and Decentralization in the Institutional Frame
21. JV in Infrastructure Development
22. Infrastructure Economics of JV Projects
23. The role of public and private sector in JV Business
24. Multinational Development Agency in JV Projects
25. Green Infrastructure in JV
26. Environmental Issue in JV Projects
Key objectives of the conference are:
To share the experiences of JV work in each country
To provide a forum between practitioners and researchers and bridge the gap between theory and practice.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND THE CONFERENCE?
Researchers in architecture, construction, engineering, finance, law, management etc.
Company and project managers.
Owners and managers of construction facilities
Professionals and consultants from the construction industry.
Financiers, bankers, lawyers and policy makers.
Others normally associated with construction management and engineering
The official language of the conference is English.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
Authors are invited to submit abstracts, relating to the conference themes. The abstract should be written in English (in MS word format only)
All abstracts should be structured as follows:
The title should be short, preferably less than 15 words.
Provide contact details for the authors including names, surnames, organization/company, phone/fax no., e-mail and full postal address.
Provide up to 5 keywords.
Short summary of relevant background and problem addressed.
Define the “tangible and measurable” objectives of the work presented in the paper.
Describe briefly the methodology that you are using or have used to achieve your objectives.
Provide a short summary of the results.
–Number of words:
Maximum 350 words.
|June 30th, 2011||Last date for submission of abstracts|
|June 20th, 2011||Notification of acceptance of abstract|
|July 7th, 2011||
(for abstract submitted after June 7th)
|August 7st, 2011||Submission of full papers|
|August 21st, 2011||Notification of acceptance of papers with comments|
|Sept. 15th, 2011||Submission of revised final (camera ready) paper|
Abstract should be sent to the Organizing Committee by June 30th, 2011 via e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
cc: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof Kusbiantoro (ITB)
Prof Kiyoshi Kobayashi (Kyoto University)
Prof Khairuddin Abdul Rasyid (IIUM)
Dr. Pradono (ITB)
Dr. Ibnu Syabri (ITB)
Dr. Masamitsu Onishi (Kyoto University)
Dr. Sharina Farihah Bt. Hasan (IIUM)
Dr. Sri Maryati (ITB)
Dr. Miming Miharja (ITB)
Iwan P. Kusumantoro, MT (ITB)
Binsar PHN MSP (ITB)
INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC REVIEW COMMITTEE
Prof. Kusbiantoro (ITB)*
Prof. Kiyoshi Kobayashi (Kyoto University)*
Prof. Khairuddin Abdul Rashid (IIUM)*
Prof Bambang Bintoro Soedjito (ITB)*
Prof. Gautam Ray (Kyoto University)
Prof. Hiroyasu Ohtsu (Kyoto University)
Prof. Stephen Ogunlana (Heriot-Watt University, UK)*
Prof. George Ofori (National University of Singapore)
Prof. Abdul Rashid Abdul Aziz (University Science Malaysia, USM)
Prof. B. Kombaitan (ITB)*
Prof. Richard Fellows (Loughborough University)*
Prof. Mohan Kumaraswamy (Hong Kong University)
Prof. Lata Chatterjee (Boston University)
Prof. T.R. Lakshmanan (Boston University)
Prof. John Barkai (University of Hawai)
Prof. Ya-Fen Lee (Toko University)
Prof. Katsuji Ishihara (Kyoto University) *
Prof. Toshihiko Omoto (Kyoto University)
Dr. Veerasak Likhitruangsilp (Chulalongkorn University) *
Dr. Toshimori Otazawa (Tohoku University)
Dr. Lei Shi (Dalian University of Technology)*
Dr. Heru Purboyo (ITB)*
Zhafir Pontoh, MA (ITB)*
Dr. Krishna N. Pribadi (ITB)*
J. Patta, MURP (ITB)*
*) Only those in * have given their consent upon request
Selected papers will be published as a book or articles in the Journal of Regional & City Planning ITB
REGISTRATION & FEE
No Registration fee for presenters as well as for registered participants
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