Public Private Partnership Model

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Public Private Partnership model supporting housing development

A case study of "The construction of 103 turnkey houses at Leiding 10A" in Suriname

Emerging Markets Institute

Thesis submitted to Beijing Normal University in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the professional degree of International Master of Business Administration by Student : Naomi Bonté Student number : 201429700020 Supervisor : Professor Hu Biliang Country
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PPPs are contractual arrangements of varied nature where the two parties share rights and responsibilities during the duration of the contract (Edward Farquharson et al 2011).
Another publication from the World Bank explains that Public Private Partnership is a long-term contract between a private party and a government entity, for providing a public asset or service, in which the private party bears significant risk and management responsibility, and remuneration, is linked to performance (Laurence Carter et al 2014).
PPPs describe a form of cooperation between the public authorities and economic operators. The primary aims of this cooperation are to fund, construct, renovate or operate an infrastructure or the provision of a service. PPPs are present in sectors such as transport, public health, education, national security, waste management, and water and energy distribution (EC, Green Paper on PPPs 2004).

2.1 PPP contract
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For the private partner, the units can provide a gateway on the information about partnership opportunities, as well as a single point of coordination and decision making for greater transparency and consistency. For the public stakeholders, the units can assume many functions including: Facilitate PPP projects, share expertise and knowledge and provide education and skills training on a wide array of PPP concerns. Ultimately, creating units that keep participants informed and well-trained is part of the responsible management needed for effective PPP implementation on the part of the public sector (Alexandra Moskalyk
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