The Challenges of Public Private Partnership (PPP) in a Developing Country
In the development of PPP infrastructure projects, the private sector participants are exposed to risks associated with assets investment in public projects. As a result, the private sectors generally are inspired to ask for soaring investment guarantees, special considerations and other investment enticements so as to guard their investments. In developed and developing countries, government has significant constraints in their ability to make investment in the provision of public infrastructure. This book is aimed at looking at the recent PPP infrastructural developments in a developing country like Nigeria where the government has clinched the PPP framework policy since the passing of the PPP act 20. And secondly, to look at the benefits associated with the investment of the private sectors in the development of infrastructure.
著者 Christian Azuka Olele
Product type 文庫本
寸法 220 x 150 mm