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Reports & Publications

  1. Trager, A., Guan, M. “Oncology and Environmental Risk Factors in China.” Amgen Asia Inc, Beijing (August 2016)
  2. Trager, A., Guan, M. “Cornerstone of Xicheng District: Redeveloping the Zoo Wholesale Market and Creating a World-Class Eco-Living Mixed-used Community.” Development and Reform Commission, Xicheng District, Beijing (August 2015)
  3. Trager, A., Guan, M. & Rai, R. “Mapping PPPs Across Countries Study (China and India).” (May 2015)
  4. Thia, J. P. & Trager, A. “Making Public-Private Partnerships Work: Implications for Singapore and the Region.” Ethos – Issue 13 (June 2014)
  5. 2014 Quadrennial Homeland Security Review – Strengthening the Execution of our Missions through PPPs; U.S. Department of Homeland Security (June 2014) [Significant Contributor]
  6. Lilly MDR-TB China Management Plan, Lilly MDR-TB Partnership (March 2011) [Significant Contributor]
  7. Final Report – New York State Commission on State Asset Maximization; New York State Asset Maximization Commission (June 2009) [Significant Contributor]
  8. Preliminary Report – New York State Commission on State Asset Maximization; New York State Asset Maximization Commission (December 2008) [Significant Contributor]

Case Studies

  1. Trager, A. & Yagan, J. “The Eli Lilly MDTR-TB Partnership: Creating Private and Public Value.” Harvard Kennedy School Case Program (2007)
  2. Mack, B. & Trager, A. “Power Partnership: The Creation of a Hybrid Electric Delivery Truck Eaton, FedEx and Environmental Defense.” Harvard Kennedy School Case Program (2005)
  3. Mack, B., Trager, A. & Galinos, A. “New Images for Athens.” Harvard Kennedy School Case Program (2005)
  4. Donahue, J. & Trager, A. “Parks and Partnership in New York City.” Harvard Kennedy School Case Program (2004/5)

Lectures

  1. Using PPP Negotiation in Refugee Situations; Kenyan Red Cross Executive Group, Strathmore University Business School, Nairobi (November 2016)
  2. Public-Private Partnerships: Introductory Lecture; Strathmore University, Nairobi (November 2016)
  3. The State and Private Sector Development; Strathmore University, Nairobi (November 2016)
  4. Exploring Opportunities for Innovative Use of PPPs; Chinese Provincial Ministries of Finance, Washington D.C. (October 2016)
  5. PPP Institutions in China – Development and Assessments; World Bank Group, Washington D.C. (October 2016)
  6. Innovative Use of PPPs for Sustainable Cities – Introducing US PPP Experience and Exploring Opportunities for Innovation of China PPPs; Tsinghua University Center for PPP, Shenzhen, China (September 2016)
  7. How Do Public-Private Partnerships Create Opportunities for Innovation for A World-Class City? Rethinking Sharing Risks, Resources, and Decisions in Vacating and Governance in Beijing; China Executive Leadership Academy Pudong, Shanghai (May 2016)
  8. How Do Public-Private Partnerships Create Opportunities for Innovation for A World-Class City? Rethinking Sharing Risks, Resources, and Decisions in Vacating and Governance in Beijing; Beijing Municipal Government Executives, Beijing (May 2016)
  9. How to Move from Concept to Operations – Advanced Urban Development and Sustainability in China; SAIS, Washington DC (March 2016)
  10. Mapping PPPs across Countries (China and India) – The Innovative Role of PPP in Healthcare; Attendees of WHO Executive Board Meetings, Geneva (January 2016)
  11. The Innovative Role of PPP in Healthcare; National Health and Family Planning Commission, Beijing (January 2016)
  12. The Business of Water – the Innovative Role of PPPs in China; Ministry of Water Resources, Beijing (January 2016)
  13. Mapping Public-Private Partnerships Across Countries Study (China and India) – Key Findings and Recommendations; Office of Global Partnerships, State Department, Washington DC (November 2015)
  14. Public-Private Partnerships; Strathmore University, Nairobi (May 2015)
  15. Public-Private Partnerships; University of Capetown, South Africa (April 2015)
  16. Using PPPs to Improve Healthcare Outcomes; Fudan University (December 2014)
  17. Public-Private Partnerships: Intermediate Step to Major Health Challenges; China-European International Business School, Shanghai, China (June 2014)
  18. Public-Private Partnerships to Develop Water Resources; Water: The Essential Link to Sustainable Development, Johns Hopkins Water Institute (February 2014)
  19. Using PPPs to Improve Healthcare Outcomes; Rajasthan Ministry of Health (December 2014)
  20. Public-Private Partnerships: Opportunities for Innovation in the Xicheng District; Development and Reform Commission, Xicheng District, Beijing (March 2014)
  21. Public-Private Partnerships and Infrastructure; Netherlands Embassy in Washington D.C. (March 2014)
  22. Making Public-Private Partnerships Work: Regulating PPPs for the Common Good; Civil Service College Singapore Economic Regulation Symposium (November 2013)
  23. Leveraging Public-Private Partnerships for Sustainable Health and Social Sector Development; Harvard School of Public Health Ministerial Roundtable for Ministers of Finance, Washington D.C. (November 2013)
  24. Healthcare PPPs; Ministry of Health, Mexico City (October 2013)
  25. Healthcare PPPs; Office of the President, Mexico City (August 2013)
  26. Issues for Chinese Entrepreneurs; Hangzhou Delegation, Harvard University (May 2013)
  27. Public Private Partnerships Joint Degree Program Seminar; Harvard Business School (May 2012)
  28. Future Directions for Partnerships; USAID Alliance Builders Forum (July 2011)
  29. PPPs in Water; Ministry of Planning and Investment, Hanoi, Vietnam (June 2011)
  30. Fulbright Economics Teaching Program, Public-Private Partnerships; Hanoi, Vietnam (June 2011)
  31. Water Infrastructure Investment, Finance, and Management; Business of Water in Asia, MIT Sloan (February 2011)
  32. Public-Private Partnerships; Amman Institute for Urban Development, Amman Jordan (January 2011)
  33. Russian Energy Conference – Public-Private Partnerships; Harvard Kennedy School (December 2010)
  34. Public-Private Partnership; TEPAV (Economic Policy Research Foundation), Ankara, Turkey (May 2010)
  35. Business and Government – Public-Private Partnerships in China; Asia Business Conference, Harvard Business School (March 2010)
  36. Beijing Leadership Development Seminar; Harvard University (November 2009)
  37. Mason Fellows Lecture – Public Private Partnerships; Harvard Kennedy School of Government (July 2009)
  38. New Public Management & Governance; China’s Leaders In Development, Harvard University (June 2009)
  39. Opening Lecture to Commission and Staff; New York State Asset Maximization Commission (November 2008)
  40. Public and Private Partnerships; Asia Business Conference, Harvard Business School (January 2007)