Public–Private Partnerships Policy and Practice

A Reference Guide

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Public–Private Partnerships Policy and Practice
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Contributors: H K Yong
Publication date: 15 September 2010
Size: 240mm x 156mm
ISBN: 978-1-84929-020-3
Pages: 200

Public–Private Partnerships Policy and Practice' is a comprehensive reference guide on PPP theory and practice for senior policy-makers and other public sector officials in developing countries. The guide focuses on the key lessons learned – and emerging best practice – from successful and failed PPP transactions over the past thirty years.

The guide avoids jargon and explains relevant concepts in non-specialist language. Key points are summarised at the beginning of each section and provide an overall high-level outline. References are provided throughout and at the end of each section to allow the reader to access further information on specific issues.



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1. Overview of the Reference Guide

2. Introduction

3. Background to PPPs: concepts and key trends
3.1. Defining PPPs
3.2. Benefits of PPPs
3.3. Types of risk and their allocation
3.4. Main types of PPPs
3.5. International trends in PPPs: theory and practice

4. The infrastructure PPP project development process
4.1. The PPP framework
4.2. The infrastructure project development process
4.3. Contract management and monitoring
4.4. Renegotiations

5. Constraints to infrastructure PPPs and measures to alleviate them
5.1. Constraints to infrastructure PPPs in developing countries
5.2. PPP units

6. Donor initiatives to support infrastructure PPPs
6.1. Project preparation facilities
6.2. Infrastructure financing facilities
6.3. Guarantee facilities
6.4. Infrastructure funding facilities

7. Recent PPP experience in Commonwealth developing countries
7.1. The infrastructure gap
7.2. Enabling environment for PPPs
7.3. Trends in private sector participation in infrastructure
7.4. PPP transaction experience across core infrastructure sectors
7.5. Case studies on PPP experience in selected Commonwealth countries

8. Key lessons learned and emerging best practices on PPPs

Annex 1. Frequently Asked Questions on PPPs

Annex 2. Trends in private participation in infrastructure in low and middle income countries: 1990-2007
Overview
Trends by region
Distribution by country
Trends by sector
Trends in failed projects

Annex 3. Some useful indicators for Commonwealth developing countries
Infrastructure gap
Doing business indicators
Economic and political risk indicators

Annex 4. Donor-backed PPP facilities
Project preparation facilities
Infrastructure financing institutions and facilities
Guarantee facilities

Annex 5. Case studies on selected infrastructure PPP transactions
Maynilad Water Services, Philippines
Dar es Salaam water distribution, Tanzania
Omdurman Water Treatment Plant, Sudan
Point Lisas Desalination Plant, Trinidad and Tobago
Kenya-Uganda Railways, Kenya and Uganda
Murtala Muhammed Airport Two, Nigeria
Panagarh-Palsit Highway Project, India
Cross-Harbour Tunnel, Hong Kong
Meghnaghat Power Project, Bangladesh
Tala Transmission Project, India
National Referral Hospital, Lesotho

Annex 6. Technical glossary

Index