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Resources

ADB PPP Handbook

This Public–Private Partnership (PPP) Handbook is designed for the staff of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and its developing member countries’ clients. It provides an overview of the role, design, structure, and execution of PPPs for infrastructure development.

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The 2012 EECIS Infrascope

Evaluating the environment for publicprivate partnerships in Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States.The document presents the first Eastern Europe and CIS regional edition of a learning tool and benchmarking index that assesses country capacity to carry out sustainable public-private infrastructure partnerships (PPPs). 

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PPP Reference Guide     
 

The PPP Reference Guide seeks to provide advice on what PPP practitioners should know, rather than provide advice on what to do. The Guide sets out the main topics, looks at the key issues that must be addressed, and provides what we consider the most important references that PPP practitioners can turn to for answers and to enhance their own knowledge and understanding. 

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WB PPP in Europe and Central Asia

This report provides an overview of PPP projects in Europe and Central Asia (ECA) and an assessment of the current PPP market. The study also
provides suggestions on how to bring about PPP projects, and help governments design and select sustainable PPP strategies. 

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KPMG Infrastructure 100, World Markets Report

This publication explores those challenges and highlights the underlying themes that are driving infrastructure activity in four distinctlydifferent markets: Economic Powerhouses, Emerging Markets, Mature International Markets, Small Established Markets. 

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Capacity Building, PPP in India
The report is prepared at the request of the Department of Economic Affairs (DEA), which asked the World Bank for recommendations on how capacities for conceptualizing, structuring and managing PPPs could be further developed in India. Of particular focus is the role of the PPP Center in developing these
capacities. 

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Harnessing the Power if Public-Private Partnerships

The report provides the context of the the basics of PPPs, including a brief explanation of the various types of PPPs along with the main advantages and disadvantages. It also broadens the discussion and provides a comment on the state of play in PPP around the world, in addition to
examining several institutional structures. 

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Guidelines for Successful Public-Private Parterships

These Guidelines are designed as a practical tool for PPP practitioners in the public sector faced with the opportunity of structuring a PPP scheme and of integrating grant financing. 

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Accelerating Public-Private Partnerships in India

These Guidelines are designed as a practical tool for PPP practitioners in the public sector faced with the opportunity of structuring a PPP scheme and of integrating grant financing. 

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The Philippine Public-Private Partnership Program

The presentation describes the evolving role and mandate of the Philippine's PPP Program, and outlines PPP Milestones, Updates, and Recent
Developments.

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Risk identification and assessment in PPP infrastructure projects

The paper aims to develop a risk identification framework from the perspectives of project life cycle, and an assessment framework for risks associated with PPP project using fuzzy analytical hierarchy process (AHP). 

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Public-Private Sector Partnerships in Developing Countries

The article considers the role of the private sector and the donor community in helping to overcome shortfalls in both the quality and quantity of infrastructure and public utilities in developing countries. While both governments and the donor community typically use PPP and private sector involvement (PSI) interchangeably the two concepts are in practice very different. 

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