The objective of this course is to acquaint students with the recent trends of governance and development through the participation of stakeholders. At the end of the course the students will be familiar with the concept, principles and practices of public private partnership.
- Meaning and concept of partnership, objectives of partnership, its relevance in development, partnership and service delivery, Privatization and PPP
- Setting the framework: Policy rationale, legal and regulatory framework, investment framework and implementation framework
- PPP project life cycle: Project initiation and screening, business case, conducting feasibility, tendering and procurement, bidders selection, contract signature, PPP performance monitoring and contract compliance
- Models and types of public private participation- service contract, management contract, leasing, Concessions, Built Operate and Transfer Models (BOT),
- Policy objectives of public private partnership, working strategies for public private partnership for development PPP policy, issues and challenges- and risks therein, field visit and presentation of the field report.
Faraquharson, E., Matle, C.T., Yescornba, E.R. & Encinas (2011). How to Engage with the Private Sector in Public-Private Partnerships in Emerging Markets. Washington: World Bank.
Turina, N., & Puric, D.C. (2013). Overview and PPP Models
Savas, E.S. (2001). Privatization and Public-Private Partnership. East-West Publication