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Why PPPs? : A private side view

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What’s wrong with public infrastructure?
• Insufficient funds
Not spending enough (or be unaffordable) to provide the infrastructure needed.
• Poor planning and project selection
Poor planning, weak analysis and bureaucratic coordination lead to inappropriate project selection.
• Inefficient or ineffective delivery
Construction of new assets costs more and takes longer than expected.
• Inadequate maintenance
Infrastructures assets are often poorly maintained with high cost and service delivery is unsatisfied.
How PPPs can help ?
• Additional sources of funding and financing
Under the right circumstances, PPPs can mobilize additional sources of funding and financing for infrastructure.
• Private sector analysis and innovation
By subjecting to the market test of attracting private finance, PPPs can go some way to improving project selection.
• Private sector experience and incentives
Attributed to the incentives created by the PPP structures, PPPs manage construction better than traditional procurement, with projects coming in on time and on budget more often.
• Longer-term investment perspective
PPP contracts cultivate the longer-term investment perspective which can also help to ensure adequate maintenance keeps assets in a serviceable condition.
PPPs value drivers -How PPPs may help?
Insufficient funds Low Coverage, low quality, low reliability
Additional sources of funding and financing
Increasing fiscal resources
Poor planning and project selection
Inefficient or ineff


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Title Why PPPs?
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A private side view

Project Category Capacity Building Workshops
Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Tang, Yuezhong

Publisher

[Sejong]:KDI School of Public Policy and Management

Date 2015-06
Event

Financing Infrastructures (PPP model)

Project Capacity Building Workshops
Pages 20
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Economy < General
Holding KDI School