The Global Projects Center is an interdisciplinary research center at Stanford University. We seek to facilitate understanding of the financing, development, and governance of critical infrastructure worldwide.
We conduct interdisciplinary research, facilitate engagement among academic and industry leaders, and educate future leaders within the infrastructure finance and development space.
Registration for Stanford GPC's 2015 P3s for the Water Sector Executive Education course is now open. Register now to receive a special early-bird rate!
The P3 FLIPS Program is a new Stanford GPC research initiative on public sector best practices for infrastructure delivery via Public-Private Partnerships.
In the September cover story of Institutional Investor magazine, GPC Executive Director Dr. Ashby Monk discusses his vision for the center and the investment community - to re-root finance in the real economy.
The Stanford Global Projects Center is located at the Yang & Yamazaki Energy & Environment (Y2E2) Bldg at Stanford University. We research new ways to finance, develop, and invest in critical infrastructure worldwide.
The GPC's new blog GPC ThinkS is now live! Our first blog post by Dr. Rajiv Sharma describes the theoretical approach used in his research and proposes a new model for long-term investment in large engineering projects and other private market asset classes.
The Stanford Global Projects Center's conference paper presented by graduate student researcher, Andrew South, received the highly anticipated "Best Paper" award at the International Conference on Public-Private Partnerships.
The White House announced this morning that the GPC has helped to create an "Aligned Intermediary" to help long-term investors identify, screen and assess high-potential companies and projects for commercial investment that could also produce impactful and profitable solutions to climate change.