Contact Dr Chantal Cantarelli
Chantal joined Cranfield University Management School in 2022 as an Associate Professor in Project and Programme Management. Previously she had a Lectureship position at Sheffield University Management School and a Research fellowship position at Said Business School, University of Oxford. She holds a BSc., MSc., and PhD from Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands.
Chantal is an Associate Fellow of the Association for Project Management (APM) and a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy(SFHEA).
Chantal is interested to supervise doctoral students in the areas of megaprojects, project performance, front-end planning, risk management, project complexity, innovation, project finance and procurement, sustainable project delivery, and project resilience. Please contact me if you are interested in pursuing a doctorate in this area.
Chantal’s research broadly focusses on the performance of major programmes, investigating the decision-making, planning and management of such programmes. She is particularly interested in megaproject management, project complexity, innovation, escalation of commitment, and project procurement.
Her research is published in international journals (see publication section).
Articles In Journals
- Cantarelli CC, Oglethorpe D & van Wee B (2022) Perceived risk of lock-in in the front-end phase of major transportation projects, Transportation, 49 (2) 703-733.
- Cantarelli CC & Genovese A (2022) Innovation potential of megaprojects: A systematic literature review, Production Planning and Control, Available online 28 December 2021.
- Cantarelli CC (2020) Innovation in megaprojects and the role of project complexity, Production Planning and Control, Available online 12 November 2020.
- Flyvbjerg B, Ansar A, Budzier A, Buhl S, Cantarelli C, Garbuio M, Glenting C, Holm MS, Lovallo D, Molin E, Rønnest A, Stewart A & van Wee B (2019) On de-bunking 'fake news' in the post-truth era: How to reduce statistical error in research, Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 126, 409-411.
- Flyvbjerg B, Ansar A, Budzier A, Buhl S, Cantarelli C, Garbuio M, Glenting C, Holm MS, Lovallo D, Lunn D, Molin E, Rønnest A, Stewart A & van Wee B (2018) Five things you should know about cost overrun, Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 118, 174-190.
- Cantarelli CC, Molin EJE, van Wee B & Flyvbjerg B (2012) Characteristics of cost overruns for Dutch transport infrastructure projects and the importance of the decision to build and project phases, Transport Policy, 22, 49-56.
- Cantarelli CC, van Wee B, Molin EJE & Flyvbjerg B (2012) Different cost performance: Different determinants?. The case of cost overruns in Dutch transport infrastructure projects, Transport Policy, 22, 88-95.
- Cantarelli CC, Flyvbjerg B & Buhl SL (2012) Geographical variation in project cost performance: The Netherlands versus worldwide, Journal of Transport Geography, 24, 324-331.
- Cantarelli CC, Chorus CG & Cunningham SW (2011) Explaining cost overruns of large-scale transportation infrastructure projects using a signalling game, Transportmetrica, 9 (3) 239-258.
- Cantarelli C, Flyvbjerg B, van Wee B & Molin EJE (2010) Lock-in and its influence on the project performance of large-scale transportation infrastructure projects: Investigating the way in which lock-in can emerge and affect cost overruns, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 37 (5) 792-807.
- Cantarelli CC, Flyvbjerg B, Molin EJE & van Wee B (2010) Cost overruns in large-scale transportation infrastructure projects: Explanations and their theoretical embeddedness, European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research, 10 (1).