Dr. Chen-Yu Chang is an infrastructure economist with a tenured position at the Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management, University College London. He is the director of the Bartlett Infrastructure Center as well as the founding director of the UK-China Infrastructure Academy. The latter is cosponsored by the Chancellor of the Exchequer of the United Kingdom and the Chairman of the National Development and Reform Commission of the People’s Republic of China. He holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, a master’s degree in construction management from National Taiwan University, and a doctoral degree in construction economics from University College London. He has acted as primary supervisor to six doctoral candidate Students, and second supervisor to three doctoral students. Over the past 15 years, his research has covered a broad range of issues associated with project organizations in general, and PPP/PFI in particular. Twenty-six academic articles have been published under his name in leading international project/construction/engineering management journals. He is generally credited with the building of several PPP theories in relation to holdup problems (Chang & Ive, 2007; Chang, 2013; Chang & Qian, 2015), risk evaluation (Chang & Ko, 2016), risk allocation (Chang, 2013b, 2014d), project governance (Chang, 2013c, 2015), choice between government-pay and user-pay PPP systems (Chang & Chou, 2014), infrastructure financing (Park & Chang, 2013), and Chinese PPP (Chang & Chen, 2016). He has advised Taipei City government and New Taipei City government on how to implement government-pay PPP systems in the cities. In partnerships with the China International Engineering Consulting Corporation, he successfully held a high-profile PPP Forum in Beijing 28–29 March 2016 under the sponsorship of Foreign and Commonwealth Office’s China Prosperity Fund.