International Handbook on PublicPrivate Partnerships (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
656
Utgivningsdatum
2012-05-31
Förlag
Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
Illustrationer
Illustrations
Dimensioner
235 x 160 x 35 mm
Vikt
980 g
ISBN
9780857932488

International Handbook on PublicPrivate Partnerships

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Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) promise much and present an exciting policy option. Yet as this Handbook reveals there is still much debate about the meaning of partnership, and the degree to which potential advantages are in fact being delivered. In this timely Handbook, leading scholars from around the world explore the challenges presented by infrastructure PPPs, and contemplate what lies ahead as governments balance the need to provide innovative new infrastructure against the requirement for good public governance. This Handbook builds on a range of exciting theoretical lenses that span several disciplinary boundaries. It presents innovative insights and informed perspectives from an international base of empirical evidence. This essential Handbook will prove an invaluable reference work for academics, advanced post-graduate students and commentators of PPPs, as well as professionals, infrastructure regulators and government policy advisors.
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. . . the volume is a timely, comprehensive, and valuable addition to the literature, which deserves to be widely read. -- Richard Allen, Governance . . . the Handbook informs, engages, questions, criticises and educates. -- Business Line As politicians across the world have loudly debated how best to shrink the size of government, clever entrepreneurs have pushed off in a very different direction: creating complex partnerships between government and the private sector, which have pushed government more deeply into the private sector and pulled private partnerships more deeply into the core of government. In this important new book, the editors have pulled together a fascinating collection of papers that examines how these partnerships are transforming the provision of services and, in fact, the very nature of governance itself. -- Donald F. Kettl, University of Maryland, US Publicprivate partnerships are a familiar subject, but this volume makes it clear just how much interesting research is being done on the topic at present. This is an extremely useful collection of papers that will be essential reading for anyone interested in partnerships and public policy more generally. -- B. Guy Peters, University of Pittsburgh, US

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Edited by Graeme A. Hodge, Adjunct Professor, Monash University, Australia, Carsten Greve, Professor, Department of Organization, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark and Anthony E. Boardman, formerly Van Dusen Professor of Business Administration, University of British Columbia, Canada

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Contents: PART I: CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORKS 1. Introduction: The PPP Phenomenon and its Evaluation Graeme A. Hodge, Carsten Greve and Anthony E. Boardman 2. Mixes and Partnerships through Time Roger Wettenhall 3. A Brief Intellectual History of the PublicPrivate Partnership Movement Tony Bovaird 4. PublicPrivate Partnerships: Deciphering Meaning, Message and Phenomenon Erik-Hans Klijn 5. Reviewing PublicPrivate Partnerships: Some Thoughts on Evaluation Graeme A. Hodge PART II: DISCIPLINARY THEMES IN PUBLICPRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS 6. Splintered Logic and Political Debate Matthew Flinders 7. The Economics of PublicPrivate Partnerships: Some Theoretical Contributions Jean-Etienne de Bettignies and Thomas W. Ross 8. Assessing the Economic Worth of PublicPrivate Partnerships Anthony E. Boardman and Aidan R. Vining 9. Different Delivery Models Colin F. Duffield 10. Law and Regulatory Aspects of PublicPrivate Partnerships: Contract Law and Public Procurement Law Christina D. Tvarn 11. Accounting for PPPs in a Converging World David Heald and George Georgiou 12. Risk Management Rui Sousa Monteiro 13. Governing Partnerships Chris Skelcher PART III: EMPIRICAL EXPERIENCE IN PUBLICPRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS 14. The UKs Private Finance Initiative: History, Evaluation, Prospects Mark Hellowell 15. Empirical PPP Experiences in Europe: National Variations of a Global Concept Gerhard Hammerschmid and Tamyko Ysa 16. P3s in North America: Renting the Money (in Canada), Selling the Roads (in the USA) Anthony E. Boardman and Aidan R. Vining 17. The Australian PPP Experience: Observations and Reflections Graeme A. Hodge and Colin F. Duffield 18. PublicPrivate Partnerships: The Scandinavian Experience Carsten Greve and Ulrika Mrth 19. Empirical Evidence of Infrastructure PublicPrivate Partnerships: Lessons from the World Bank Experience Paul Noumba-Um 20. PublicPrivate Partnerships: The United Nations Experience Benedicte Bull PART IV: CRUCIAL ISSUES FOR THE FUTURE 21. The Global PublicPrivate Partnership Industry Carsten Greve 22. Towards a Process Perspective on PublicPrivate Partnerships Guri Weihe 23. PPPs in Developed and Developing Economies: What Lessons can be Learned? David Parker and Catarina Figueira 24. A Review of Transport PublicPrivate Partnerships in the UK Jean Shaoul 25. Reviewing PublicPrivate Partnership Performance in Developing Economies Argentino Pessoa 26. Conclusions: PublicPrivate Partnerships International Experiences and Future Challenges Graeme A. Hodge, Carsten Greve and Anthony E. Boardman Index