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Dr E. Shakeri, M. Dadpour, H. Abbasian Jahromi,
Volume 13, Issue 1 (Transaction A: Civil Engineering March 2015)

Employer Organizations have increasingly interested in outsourcing their projects in the form of public-private partnership (PPP) due to various reasons such as compromising the resource limitations, entering new technologies to the organization and reducing risk. Choosing the private sector as one of the most basic steps in the formation of PPP is of great importance. The present study aims to introduce a hybrid model to evaluate and choose the private sector as one of the parties in PPP using a combination of SWOT-AHP analysis, as one of the most powerful tools in identifying the problem environment, and Fuzzy ELECTRE analysis to evaluate the existing candidates to participate in the partnership using the criteria resulted from SWOT analysis. In first step, criteria set by an organization, as a case, to choose appropriate private sector were identified using SWOT method during various meetings with qualified experts. Then, the best choice was selected using ELECTRE method. Finally, obtained results were compared with the PROMETHE method. The results showed the effectiveness of our proposed method to select private partnerships especially positive and negative inter-organizational and outer-organizational factors significantly influence the private sector selection.
Mohammadhosein Dadpour, Eghbal Shakeri,
Volume 14, Issue 1 (Transaction A: Civil Engineering 2016)

Construction industry projects impose unsought constraints on employers to manage and define new projects including investment risk, performance variation and diversity of the project. Annually, a significant part of the governmental budget is being spent to execute water and wastewater projects in Iran. However, further projects are on demand to develop the country. The aim of this study is to develop courses of action to attract private partnership into the projects defined and executed in the water sector of the Iranian Ministry of Energy. To determine the criteria and implementing the proposed strategies, SWOT (Strength, Weakness, Opportunity, Threat) method was used as a powerful tool for understanding the context of the organization. To understand the importance of criteria, we weighted them then the extracted strategies from SWOT matrix (ANP method) was prioritized and divided into short- and long-term range in terms of performance and capabilities. According to the results, SO strategies have more weight than other strategies. Therefore, regarding the nature of strategies, the opportunities should be completely used through reinforcing the strengths and short- and long- term periods planning.

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