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date: 20 February 2020

(p. xi) List of Tables

(p. xi) List of Tables

  1. 1.1 The “four sublimes” that drive megaproject development 6

  2. 1.2 Large-scale projects have a calamitous history of cost overrun 11

  3. 3.1 Selected waves of innovation in urban development, 1890–2007 42

  4. 4.1 Total stock of public net external debt (US$ current, MM) 80

  5. 6.1 Scores on statements related to the relationship between the researcher and client 123

  6. 6.2 Seven North–South Metro Line contracts 130

  7. 6.3 HSL-South: contracts awarded for civil engineering substructure 131

  8. 6.4 Categorization of incentives to improve the neutrality/independence of research 134

  9. 8.1 Are higher-than-estimated costs outweighed by even higher-than-estimated benefits? 175

  10. 10.1 Major issues around which megaprojects are shaped 222

  11. 10.2 Illustrative devices to shape and sculpt projects 223

  12. 10.3 Episodes in the shaping of projects 226

  13. 12.1 High-level description of the sample of cases, interviewees, and archival database 264

  14. 12.2 Excerpt of tabular display analysing 269

  15. 13.1 Host cities for the World Cup since 1930 289

  16. 13.2 Expected and actual outcomes for selected variables for megaevent hosting by South Africa, India, and Brazil 296

  17. 14.1 Dynamic capabilities in megaprojects 319

  18. 16.1 Three phases of arguments for using private finance in public projects 367

  19. 16.2 Selected PPP evaluations, 1998–2014 373

  20. 17.1 Benefits from Crossrail 395

  21. 17.2 The economic case for HS2 396

  22. 17.3 Impacts of connectivity on GDP from HS2 397

  23. 20.1 Boeing 787 build-to-performance model 456

  24. 20.2 787 Dreamliner sequence of main events 457 (p. xii)

  25. 20.3 Diamond of Innovation model: definitions, dimensions, and project types 462

  26. 20.4 Comparison of the Dreamliner’s actual events to a proposed alternative plan 467

  27. 21.1 Levels of complexity in megaprojects 477

  28. 21.2 Major systems within the Olympics Park 481

  29. 21.3 Systems integration on the London Olympics 2012 483

  30. 23.1 DBFO motorways in New South Wales and Victoria 531

  31. 23.2 Changes to the toll compared with the original project concept 535