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Research on Life Cycle Risk Assessment of Public-Private Partnerships Project Project of Comprehensive Environmental Governance Based on PCA

Version 1 : Received: 27 January 2021 / Approved: 28 January 2021 / Online: 28 January 2021 (15:39:03 CET)

How to cite: Hu, Q.; Su, B. Research on Life Cycle Risk Assessment of Public-Private Partnerships Project Project of Comprehensive Environmental Governance Based on PCA. Preprints 2021, 2021010590 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202101.0590.v1). Hu, Q.; Su, B. Research on Life Cycle Risk Assessment of Public-Private Partnerships Project Project of Comprehensive Environmental Governance Based on PCA. Preprints 2021, 2021010590 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202101.0590.v1).

Abstract

China's implementation of public-private partnerships projects has been quite effective, involving infrastructure and other livelihood projects, a total of 19 industries, and an investment of nearly 1.5 trillion yuan. The characteristics of PPP projects such as long construction period and large investment amount determine the risks of PPP projects are also great, and the PPP projects of comprehensive environmental governance are also the same. The government and social capital use the PPP model to cooperate, and use the principal component analysis method to assess the risks of the entire life cycle of the comprehensive environmental governance PPP project. Therefore, it plays an important role in ensuring the smooth implementation of projects and reducing the losses caused by risks. According to the risk factors of the whole life cycle of the comprehensive environmental governance PPP project, an indicator system of 5 first-level indicators, 18 second-level indicators, and 43 third-level indicators has been established. Principal component analysis is used to analyze the influence weight of risk factors at each stage. The analysis shows that among the four stages, environmental pollution risk, project approval delay risk, completion risk, interest rate and financial fluctuation risk, and franchise life risk are the most influential risks in the implementation of PPP projects. Therefore, suggestions are made through the risk factors of each stage in the comprehensive environmental governance PPP project. For example, strengthen the response to the external environment risks of the comprehensive environmental governance PPP project, standardize the bidding and procurement of the comprehensive environmental governance PPP project, and strengthen the subsequent management of the transfer of the comprehensive environmental governance PPP project. In this way, the ability to resist risks of comprehensive environmental governance PPP projects is improved; the smooth implementation of the project is guaranteed, and the long-term development of comprehensive environmental governance PPP projects is promoted.

Subject Areas

Environment;·Comprehensive treatmen;·public-private partnerships (PPP);·Full life cycle;·Risk assessmen;·Principal component analysis (PCA)

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