Public-private partnership policies: Legal framework and competition requirements

Public-private partnership policies: Legal framework and competition requirements

Public-private partnership policies: Legal framework and competition requirements

4–9 May 2020
The course is available in English

This workshop explores the legal foundation and managerial processes for setting up public-private partnerships (PPPs) and maintaining their economic/financial equilibrium and effectiveness in service delivery. The workshop will cover factors influencing the decision to adopt PPP as a contractual method, payment availability set-up and planning for PPP implementation, as well as legal, economic (tariff levels) and service-delivery (duration and performance requirements) issues in tendering and managing PPP arrangements.

Introduction to the course

This workshop explores the legal foundation and managerial processes for setting up public-private partnerships (PPPs) and maintaining their economic/financial equilibrium and effectiveness in service delivery. The workshop will cover factors influencing the decision to adopt PPP as a contractual method, payment availability set-up and planning for PPP implementation, as well as legal, economic (tariff levels) and service-delivery (duration and performance requirements) issues in tendering and managing PPP arrangements.

Who attends this course?

Professionals and managers involved in PPP selection, design and implementation, including policy-makers, public officials, academics and private-sector operators.

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