Discussion » Sub-National Public-Private Partnerships
August 30, I have revised the draft to reflect comments that I received from Joshua Gallo and John Probyn. Please see the final version here. The revised key take away is below:
August 24: I have posted the draft report and summary of the main take-away under the Analysis section in bold. Please leave your comments and suggestions. Thank you.
Dear community members,
My name is Yao. I am a summer research analyst at the World Bank. I am doing a research project on sub-national public-private partnership projects to gauge its market size and market trends. I will use this discussion board to seek comments regarding the research and share the findings and any literatures that might be of interest to the community.
The focus of the research is to generate a list of sub-national PPP projects and create a sub-national PPP Projects factsheet.
The most challenging task of the project was to obtain solid dataset on PPP projects at sub-national level. After looking around for readily available data on the subject without any success, I used the Private Participation in Infrastructure Database as an base and isolated sub-national projects based on the following criteria:
Keep those transactions that are labeled as local/municipal and state/provincial under the “GovtGrantingContract” between 2000 and 2015
Most of the literature that I have read so far are either country specific or sector specific. I have not seen any writing on public-private partnership at sub-national level. I post those literature such as PPP policy framework and PPP development of a particular sector below. Hopefully, those resources would be useful to others in the group. I also hope the group can share any literature on subject as well.
Mexico—Framework Conditions for Private Sector Participation in Water Infrastructure in Mexico
India: maintains a comprehensive database on PPP projects
Message was edited by: Yao Shi Uploaded the draft report on the subject and seek comment from the communities.
Dear Yao, thank you for sharing this excellent draft! A few comments for your consideration:
Looking forward to your final report, and thank you again for engaging with our community on this important work!