Jun 26, 2018
S1E1 Gareth B, the cost control hero…. (who also had a dodgy
internet connection so please excuse the glitches)
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Lastly, Gareth mentioned Bent Flyvbjerg (a name harder to spell than Beauvoisin) for some heavy reading please see:
Flyvbjerg, B., Garbuio, M. &Lovallo, D. (2009) ‘Delusion and deception in large infrastructure projects: two models for explaining and preventing executive disaster’ California management review, 51(2), pp.170-194
Flyvbjerg, B. (2009) ‘Survival of the unfittest: why the worst infrastructure gets built—and what we can do about it’ Oxford review of economic policy, 25.3, pp. 344-367