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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!

P3 FLIPS program

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.

Recent News

November 16, 2015
The idea of selling membership into society is not new, but it has taken on new life of late. Considering this trend, a recent paper by authors including GPC's Dr. Ashby Monk explores if Immigrant Investment Funds (IIFs) could become a new source of infrastructure funding. The paper also considers how IIFs could potentially help solve urgent problems surrounding migration, refugees and related public attitudes.
October 30, 2015
The GPC’s Dr. Rajiv Sharma delivered a keynote talk at the European Commission in Brussels last week at a High Level Conference on Boosting Investments in Transport. The main message of Dr Sharma’s talk was that government’s should recognize the value of partnering with true long-term investment partners for the delivery of their infrastructure needs.
October 9, 2015

The Stanford Global Projects Center, in collaboration with West Coast Infrastructure Exchange, is excited to share our final update on guest lecturers attending our upcoming Public-Private Partnerships for the Water Sector Executive Education course.

September 3, 2015
We are delighted to welcome Ed Crooks, Mike Houle, and Jeff Hughes as guest lecturers for our Public-Private Partnerships for the Water Sector course this fall. The pilot course, offered for the first time on campus this fall on 28-29 October 2015, is designed for public sector officials and managers responsible for delivering drinking water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure.