Current books on project finance tend to be non-technical and are either procedural or rely heavily on case studies. In contrast, this textbook provides a more analytical perspective, without a loss of pragmatism.
Principles of Project and Infrastructure Finance is written for senior undergraduates, graduate students and practitioners who wish to know how major projects, such as residential and infrastructural developments, are financed. The approach is intuitive, yet rigorous, making the book highly readable. Case studies are used to illustrate integration as well as to underscore the pragmatic slant.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. Time Value of Money 3. Organizations and Projects 4. Corporate Finance 1 5. Corporate Finance 2 6. Project Development 7. Social Projects 8. Characteristics of Project Finance 9. Risk Management Framework 10. Risk, Insurance, and Bonds 11. Cash Flow Risks 12. Financial Risks 13. Agreements, Contracts, and Guarantees 14. Case Study 1: Power Projects 15. Case Study 2: Airport Projects 16. Case Study 3: Office Projects 17. Case Study 4: Chemical Storage Projects
Willie Tan is Associate Professor in the Department of Building and Vice Dean (Academic) at the School of Design and Environment, National University of Singapore. He is also the Program Director of the M. Sc. (Project Management) program, and Co-Director of the Center of Project Management and Construction Law.
"It is a solid textbook, succinct and informative. It is rigorous and yet covers difficult concepts in a manner that is reasonably straightforward for readers to understand."
-Institution of Civil Engineers