This book focuses on the magnitude of effort that has been invested in macroproject development throughout the Third World from 1970 to 1979. It discusses some important aspects of transnational collaboration – the success of which is crucial to mastering the complexity of these projects.
1. The Need for Close Collaboration 2. Host as Macroproject Customer 3. Multinational as Macroproject Supplier 4. Approaches to Sponsorship 5. Cooperation in Technology Transfer 6. Effective Project Control 7. The Achievement of Quality Collaboration