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by Clive Harris

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  • Category: Politics
  • Author: Clive Harris
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: World Bank Publications (April 15, 2003)
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But in many developing countries, the results were disappointing. World Bank Working Paper;No. 5. Washington, DC: World Bank.

But in many developing countries, the results were disappointing. Public sector monopolies were plagued by inefficiency. Many were strapped for resources because governments succumbed to populist pressures to hold prices below costs. Private Participation in Infrastructure in Developing Countries : Trends, Impacts, and Policy Lessons.

But in many developing countries, the results were disappointing Clive Harris, 2003. However, these flows peaked in 1997, and have fallen more or less steadily ever since. Private Participation in Infrastructure in Developing Countries : Trends, Impacts, and Policy Lessons," World Bank Publications, The World Bank, number 15124, October. Handle: RePEc:wbk:wbpubs:15124.

This has lead to controversy as to the impact and the future of PPI. This report attempts to explain the factors behind the growth and decline of PPI, its impact and the policy lessons that have been learnt from this experience. It concentrates on the experience with the private provision of infrastructure over the last 15 years.

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Private Participation in Infrastructure in Developing Countries: Trends Impacts and Policy Lessons. This paper presents an empirical analysis of the cross-country and cross-industry determinants of public-private partnership (PPP) arrangements.

Harris, Clive (2003) ‘Private participation in infrastructure in developing countries: trends, impacts, and policy lessons’, World Bank Working Paper No. 5, April. Incomplete Contracts and Public Ownership: Remarks and an Application to Public-Private Partnerships’. Economic Journal, 119, C69–C76CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Hart Oliver, Andrei Shleifer, Robert . ishny (1997) ‘The proper Scope of Government: Theory and an Application to Prisons’.

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The views and opinions expressed herein are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the United Nations Secretariat. The paper begins with a brief history of PPPs followed by a discussion of the concept of PPPs and trends in infrastructure PPPs in develop-ing countries.

Notes from the 2017 World Bank and IMF Annual Meetings session on.Will also focus on enhanced civil society participation in early stages of infrastructure selection/ discussion.

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The rapid growth of private participation in infrastructure (PPI) in developing countries during the 1990s was followed by a subsequent decline in investments and the re-negotiation and cancellation of some prominent projects. This has lead to controversy as to the impact and the future of PPI.This report attempts to explain the factors behind the growth and decline of PPI, its impact and the policy lessons that have been learnt from this experience. It concentrates on the experience with the private provision of infrastructure over the last 15 years.'Private Participation in Infrastructure in Developing Countries' assesses the impact that the private provision of infrastructure has had on service delivery. Finally, this book reviews the main policy lessons that can be drawn, and what governments need to do moving forward if they are to ensure that the supply of infrastructure services does not become an impediment to growth.

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