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.
Knowledge is crucial to asset management success, yet few asset owners and only some managers know how to manage knowledge to achieve superior investment results, according to a new article by Pensions and Investmentsfeaturing research by GPC's Dr. Ashby Monk and Dutch pension plan APG’s CIO Eduard van Gelderen.
We are pleased to welcome Larry Blain, Rob Court, and Liz Kelly as guest lecturers for our Public-Private Partnerships for the Water Sector course this fall. These three practitioners will share insights from their unique experiences implementing successful P3s.
A new paper by Dr. Monk and Dr. Sharma of the GPC has been featured in CIO Magazine. The paper, titled "Re-Intermediating Investment Management," draws upon contract theory to address the issue of misalignment between institutional investors and asset managers.
We are delighted to welcome Paul Rosenstiel to our Board of Advisors! Paul joins the GPC with a distinguished background in the infrastructure finance and institutional investment space which includes serving as a board member of CalSTRS.