Dr. Carter B. Casady is a Research Engineer in the Center for Sustainable Development and Global Competitiveness at Stanford University and a non-resident Senior Fellow in the Center for Transportation Public-Private Partnership Policy at George Mason University. As part of the Stanford Long Term Investing (SLTI) initiative, his research broadly focuses on the governance of long-term investments in infrastructure, particularly via public-private partnerships (PPPs). Prior to re-joining Stanford, Dr. Casady served as a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Economics and Finance in the Bartlett School of Sustainable Construction at University College London (UCL) where he also directed the Infrastructure Investment and Finance MSc program. He earned his BSc in Policy Analysis and Management from Cornell University as well as his MSc and PhD in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Stanford University.
Research Engineer, Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Toll-managed lanes: A simplified benefit-cost analysis of seven US projects TRANSPORT POLICY 2020; 89: 38–53
- Asset Recycling for Social Infrastructure in the United States PUBLIC WORKS MANAGEMENT & POLICY 2020
- (Re)defining public-private partnerships (PPPs) in the new public governance (NPG) paradigm: an institutional maturity perspective PUBLIC MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2020; 22 (2): 161–83
- Examining the institutional drivers of Public-Private Partnership (PPP) market performance: a fuzzy set Qualitative Comparative Analysis (fsQCA) PUBLIC MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2020
- Toll-managed lane pioneers: Lessons from five US states CASE STUDIES ON TRANSPORT POLICY 2019; 7 (3): 655–66
- Understanding PPP Tendering Periods in Canada: A Duration Analysis PUBLIC PERFORMANCE & MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2019