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Private financing of public infrastructures through PPPs in Latin America and the Caribbean (Vol. 2) : Private financing of public infrastructure through PPPs in Latin America and the Caribbean (Spanish)

Financing public infrastructure is an important challenge in the growth agenda of the Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) region. Subject to fiscal constraints, many countries in the LAC region have been looking at private sector financing as an alternative for financing public investment. ... See More +

Working Paper 114418 JAN 01, 2017

Garcia-Kilroy,Catalina; Rudolph,Heinz P. English, Portuguese Disclosed

Private financing of public infrastructures through PPPs in Latin America and the Caribbean (Vol. 2) : Private financing of public infrastructure through PPPs in Latin America and the Caribbean (Portuguese)

Financing public infrastructure is an important challenge in the growth agenda of the Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) region. Subject to fiscal constraints, many countries in the LAC region have been looking at private sector financing as an alternative for financing public investment. ... See More +

Working Paper 114418 JAN 01, 2017

Garcia-Kilroy,Catalina; Rudolph,Heinz P. English, Spanish Disclosed

The seven sins of flawed public-private partnerships : Los siete pecados de alianzas público-privadas deficientes (Spanish)

There are three stakeholders in a public-private partnership (PPP), (a) the government in office, (b) private firms (financial and non-financial) and investors (individual and institutional), and (c) final beneficiaries (taxpayers or users, present and future). ... See More +

Working Paper 102050 JAN 01, 2015

De La Torre,Augusto; Rudolph,Heinz P. English Disclosed

Serbia - Municipal public finance review : options for efficiency gains : Republika Srbija - Pregled finansija lokalnih samouprava Mogucnosti za poboljsanje efikasnosti (Serbian)

Since the global financial crisis, Serbia's public debt has more than doubled. Local Governments (LGs) need to find ways to perform more efficiently, not only to contribute to national fiscal consolidation efforts, but also because they may have fewer resources available in the future. ... See More +

Public Expenditure Review 87944 JUN 05, 2014

English Disclosed