Virginia A. Greiman

Virginia A. Greiman is Professor of Megaprojects and Planning at Boston University and holds academic appointments at Harvard University Law School and Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. She is a recognized scholar on megaprojects, public private partnerships, and international law and development. She served as a diplomatic official to the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Agency for International Development in Eastern and Central Europe, Asia and Africa. She has held executive and advisory positions with several of the world’s largest megaprojects including Boston’s Central Artery/Tunnel Project, California’s High Speed Rail Project, the UK’s Crossrail Project, and development in the South China Sea. She has published extensively on megaproject complexity and governance, and international development and project finance. Her recently published book is entitled: Megaproject Management: Lessons on Risk and Project Management from the Big Dig, John Wiley & Sons, Publisher © 2013 London, New York, Hoboken.

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