PPP: Private Gains, Public Costs

PPP: Private Gains, Public Costs

About the Issue

Governments across the globe are now being encouraged to partner with private for-profit entities in various fields that were formerly the exclusive or dominant turf of public agencies, in what has come to be known as Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs). Private sector participation in building and operating infrastructure and other public service facilities, under some contractual arrangement with the government, is increasingly packaged as a win-win solution, which on one hand taps private investment, management, and technical capacity, while on the other hand supposedly benefits the government and the public through increased revenue and improved service.

Contents

  • Public-Private Partnerships: Trying to Balance
  • PPP under the Aquino administration
  • Understanding Public-Private Partnership

Acknowledgements

This Reality Check was made possible with valuable contributions from Pio Verzola, Jr. of IBON International, Gopal Siw akoti ‘Chintan’ of Nepal Policy Institute and IBON Foundation, Inc.

Cover and Inside Photos by:

users.owt.com, Wafed
ppp.gov.ph
mizzima.com
clickthecity.com
afscme.org
actionaid.org.uk
Lyn Rillon
kvitters.com
urbanrail.net
psalm.gov.ph
news.ph.msn.com
pinoyexchange.com
Wafed

Cover Design and Layout by: Jennifer T. Padilla

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February 8, 2020