4 edition of Public private partnerships for economic development in Zimbabwe found in the catalog.
|Statement||Republic of Zimbabwe|
|Publishers||Republic of Zimbabwe|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 101 p. :|
|Number of Pages||57|
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SECTION A: GENERAL INFORMATION SECTION B; PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS PPPs LEGAL FRAMEWORK 1 Do you understand PPPs? These PPPs have been a model for development in both developed and developing countries hence their continued applause in fostering such.
The field of urban regeneration is comparable to this.
Most respondents noted that some PPP models pose financial risk to the investors. These include secondary data analysis desk study and primary techniques which included key informant interviews semi-structured and questionnaires.
This study aims to fill this gap. Abstract sommario : Thesis MPhil --University of Stellenbosch, 2006. In addition, the paper recommends a speedy finalisation of the already initiated policy and institutional framework process to govern PPPs, which would also include putting measures in place centred on risk analysis and management during the process, issues on financing and issues on the mobilisation and incentivising of the private sector to participate in the process.
The use of PPPs in OECD countries calls for capacities in government in terms of skills, institutional structures and legal framework to address the complexity of PPPs.
Amelioration of the huge financial resource challenges facing Government through the use of private funds;• Build-Transfer-and Operate BTO A BTO scheme entails the private sector company building the infrastructure and upon completion, transfers the infrastructure to the government.
An example of such a scenario can be that of collection of toll fees on the Mutare-Plumtree highway, though the money collected from these tolls is for G5, ZINARA however has its staff on the tolls for collection and records keeping of the money.
The private investor can build a building and provide meals for patients as required by the hospital.
The respondents rated the first as strong, but the macroeconomic environment was rated as weak.