After the 2008 financial crisis, many governments around the world went to the private sector to finance and implement major public projects through PPPs, the main objective of which was to reduce initial costs. In addition to reducing costs, these partnerships have improved infrastructure projects and government services. This has enabled governments to focus more on policies, planning and regulation without worrying about processes and implementation procedures.
What Will I Learn?
- Identify the benefits and risks of public-private partnerships and their impact on government projects and services
- Include different types of public-private partnerships
- Apply strategic thinking to determine when public-private partnership can be used
- Develop the preparatory plans for public-private partnership to increase the chance of success
- Identify the implementation steps required to develop an effective plan for the public-private partnership project
- Develop public-private partnerships