Antoine Pellerin on public project management in an international context
Public projects and their managers are not always admired by media, citizens, and experts in project management. At times of administrative reforms and budget cuts, perceptions of their performance tend to be even worse. But why exactly do project managers in public entities underperform? In Gestion de projets en contexte public, published by Presses de l’Université du Québec, 2016 Trudeau scholar Antoine Pellerin writes about public project management in an international context.
Antoine Pellerin (law, Université Laval) is interested in the government’s power to contract and is examining the conditions required for this power to be exercised in the public interest.
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