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Mobilizing private finance for local infrastructure in Europe and Central Asia : an alternative public private partnership framework / Michel Noel, Wladyslaw Jan Brzeski.
Noël, Michel, 1954-
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Washington, DC : World Bank, c2005.
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xiii, 71 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
ISBN
0821360558
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Washington, DC : World Bank, c2005.
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0821360558
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5397129
 
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In recent years, the countries of the Europe and Central Asia (ECA) Region have experienced a marked decline in the interest of international private operators and investors in municipal infrastructure projects, in line with the trend experienced in other emerging markets. The objective of this paper is to explore the possible innovative elements of a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) in an effort to rekindle the sagging private finance interest in municipal infrastructure in the ECA Region. The contemplated PPP model would involve government, municipalities, Local Infrastructure Investment Trusts, private equity funds and/or turnaround advisors, and International Financial Institutions.
Main Description
"In recent years, the countries of the Europe and Central Asia (ECA) Region have experienced a marked decline in the interest of international private operators and investors in municipal infrastructure projects, in line with the trend experienced in other emerging markets. The objective of this paper is to explore the possible innovative elements of a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) in an effort to rekindle the sagging private finance interest in municipal infrastructure in the ECA Region. The contemplated PPP model would involve government, municipalities, Local Infrastructure Investment Trusts, private equity funds and/or turnaround advisors, and International Financial Institutions."
Main Description
"In recent years, the countries of the Europe and Central Asia (ECA) Region have experienced a marked decline in the interest of international private operators and investors in municipal infrastructure projects, in line with the trend experienced in other emerging markets.The objective of this paper is to explore the possible innovative elements of a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) in an effort to rekindle the sagging private finance interest in municipal infrastructure in the ECA Region. The contemplated PPP model would involve government, municipalities, Local Infrastructure Investment Trusts, private equity funds and/or turnaround advisors, and International Financial Institutions."
Table of Contents
Key impediments to private participation in infrastructure in ECAp. 1
Elements of an alternative PPP frameworkp. 15
Implementing the alternative PPP frameworkp. 39
Municipal infrastructure investment needs in selected ECA countriesp. 45
Country ratings outlook and investment climate in selected ECA countriesp. 49
Trends in private participation in infrastructure in developing countriesp. 55
Lessons from IFI/private sector roundtables in municipal water services in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asiap. 63
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