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Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Handbook

Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Handbook

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Public-Private PartnershipHandbook
 
Introduction
 
 Acknowledgments
The Handbook was initially drafted by Klaus Felsinger, a former staff member of the AsianDevelopment Bank’s (ADB) Regional and Sustainable Development Department (RSDD),Special Initiative Group (RSOD-SI) and a member of the Innovation and Efficiency Initiative(IEI) Team, under the direct supervision of Juan Miranda, Director General of Central andWest Asia Department (CWRD) and Head of the IEI Team. Heather Skilling and KathleenBooth carried out research and compiled and elaborated on the information. The Handbookfurther benefited from relevant comments contributed by ADB staff through review of
 
drafts. Elsie Araneta, Maria Anna Birken, Sally Pedersen, and Stephen Edwards providedhelpful advice and information. Ian Woodward contributed valuable information and editorialcommentary. Virginia Herrera, Majella Canzon, and Aldwin Sutarez provided their bestsupport at the pre-publication stage. Finally, Nariman Mannapbekov of RSOD-SI painstakinglycompleted this Handbook.
 
Introduction
 
Table of Contents
Introduction vii
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Public–Private Partnerships (PPPs)—An Overview 1
1.1 Defining Public–Private Partnerships
 
11.2 Motivation for Engaging in PPPs
 
31.2.1 Mobilization of Private Capital
 
31.2.2 PPP as a Tool for Greater Efficiency
 
31.2.3 PPP as a Catalyst for Broader Sector Reform
 
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2
Recent Experience with Infrastructure Privatization and PPPs 7
2.1 The Level and Form of Infrastructure Privatization/PPPs from 1990–2004
 
72.2 Incorporating Local and Regional Investment Sources
 
82.3 Incorporating Social Priorities
 
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3
Structuring a PPP: Sector Diagnostic and Sector Road Map 11
3.1 Requirements and Expectations
 
113.2 Technical Issues
 
123.3 Legal, Regulatory, and Policy Framework
 
133.4 Institutional Structures and Capacity
 
143.5 Commercial, Financial, and Economic Issues
 
163.6 Stakeholder Consultation
 
203.7 Clear Sector Strategy and Road Map
 
243.8 Clear Government Commitment and a Designated Champion
 
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Structuring a PPP: Available PPP Options 27
4.1 Service Contract
 
294.2 Management Contracts
 
314.3 Affermage or Lease Contracts
 
334.4 Concessions
 
344.5 Build–Operate–Transfer and Similar Arrangements
 
374.6 Joint Venture
 
414.7 Hybrid Arrangements
 
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5
Structuring a PPP: Selecting the Option 45
6
PPP Preparatory Work 49
6.1 Establishing Appropriate Legal, Regulatory, and Policy Frameworks
 
496.2 Technical Preparation
 
506.3 Institutional Structures and Capacity Building
 
536.3.1 PPP Unit
 
536.3.2 Project Implementation Unit
 
546.3.3 Technical Assistance
 
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