Risk shifting and long-term contracts : evidence from the Ras Gas Project / Mansoor Dailami and Robert Hauswald Dailami, Mansoor

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Dailami, Mansoor
Project finance - Korea (South); Ras Laffan Natural Liquified Gas Company.; Liquefied natural gas industry - Qatar - Finance.
Risk shifting and incomplete contracting lie at the heart of the agency relationship inherent in the procurement and financing of large-scale projects such as power plants, oil and gas pipelines, and liquefied natural gas facilities. An investigation of Ras Gas bonds provides empirical evidence of the risk-shifting consequences of contractual incompleteness.
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