This report assesses the experiences gained during 15 years of private participation in infrastructure (PPI).
|Title||Private participation in infrastructure in developing countries : trends, impacts, and policy lessons|
|Year of Publication||2003|
|Pagination||60 p. : 14 boxes, 17 fig.|
|Place Published||Washington, DC, USA|
|ISBN Number||0821355120 ; ISBN: 0821355139 E-DOC|
|Keywords||financing, impact, infrastructure, investment, policies, private sector, sdipol, uebw|
This report assesses the experiences gained during 15 years of private participation in infrastructure (PPI). It includes the growth of private sector involvement; the decline of public provision; the declining investment flows; the renegotiation of contracts, cancellations and re-nationalizations; popular discontent; benefits, impact and negative consequences. The report concludes with lessons of experience.