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Involving the private sector and public-private partnerships in financing investments : Public opportunities and challenges

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  • Involving the private sector and public-private partnerships in financing investments
  • Ehtisham Ahmad; Amar Bhattacharya; Annalisa Vinella; Kezhou Xiao
  • Global Green Growth Institute


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Title Involving the private sector and public-private partnerships in financing investments
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Public opportunities and challenges

Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Ehtisham Ahmad; Amar Bhattacharya; Annalisa Vinella; Kezhou Xiao

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[Seoul, Korea] : Global Green Growth Institute

Date 2015-06
Series Title; No Working Paper Series
Pages 25
Language English
File Type Link
Subject Official Aid < Economic Infrastructure
Holding Global Green Growth Institute
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Abstract

This paper highlights the private sector involvement in investments to ease national fiscal constraints and to enhance efficiency in the provision of key services. Given that public investment requirements far exceed available resources in most developing countries, channelling public resources wisely as well as leveraging the opportunities to utilize both national and international sources of private or institutional finance is necessary.
In this paper, section 1 describes some general trends in involving the private sector in public projects. And section 2 focuses on PPPs and asymmetric information. Finally, section 3 draws some policy conclusions. This paper is part of the working paper series “Infrastructure Finance in the Developing World” and is a joint research effort by GGGI and the G-24, exploring the challenges and opportunities for scaling up infrastructure finance in emerging markets and developing countries.