The PPP model is being adopted all over the world
The World Bank created a free on-line training course in June 2016 to help people understand PPPs..
Most of the international institutions recommend the PPP model because they believe it is a good way to optimise the efficiency of public procurement. This is the case, for example, of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (Brault, 2012).
The World Bank created a free on-line training course in June 2016 to help people understand PPPs.
- Everyone has an opinion but who know exactly what a PPP is?
- Why assign the management of public infrastructure to the private sector?
- Critics: PPPs bring no benefits
- Critics: PPPs are expensive
- Critics: PPPs are a threat to SMEs
- Critics: PPPs are a “time bomb” for public finances
- Critics: the private sector only takes a short-term view
- Critics: the PPP financing method is totally incomprehensible
- Critics: PPPs sometimes have a bad image
- PPPs: a French model applied only in France?