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By Carsten Greve, Graeme Hodge

Public–Private Partnerships (PPPs) – cooperative institutional preparations among private and non-private area actors – are actually an more and more correct and globally well known public coverage choice. The authors argue that even if PPPs are nonetheless evolving, there's now adequate study to convey those joint ventures to account and to supply classes for the long run. the purpose of the e-book is to enquire how PPP reforms functionality compared to the extra conventional tools of supplying public region companies and infrastructure and who quite often reports the successes and screw ups of those reforms.

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In contexts as different as Australia and Hong Kong (on which see Scott, 2003), church-provided schools mostly preceded the state-provided ones, but as those state or quasi-state systems matured much of the educational effort became public sector-based. As public health systems developed, it often fell to the public sector to provide the large general hospitals, but private boutique hospitals continued to operate. Supporting health facilities could be either public or private, with the non-profit sector often very active in this area.

Van Ham, H. and J. Koppenjan (2001), ‘Building public–private partnerships: assessing and managing risks in port development’, Public Management Review, 3 (4), 593–616. Walker, B. C. Walker (2000), Privatisation: Sell Off or Sell Out? The Australian Experience, Sydney: ABC Books. A. (2003), ‘The rhetoric and reality of public–private partnerships’, Public Organisation Review: A Global Journal, 3, 77–107. E. (1985), The Economic Institutions of Capitalism, New York: The Free Press. 2. The public–private interface: surveying the history Roger Wettenhall INTRODUCTION As the conception of this book will indicate, ‘partnership’, particularly in the form of ‘public–private partnership’ (or ‘PPP’), has become one of the dominating organizational ideas circulating at the beginning of the 21st century.

In Pharaonic Egypt, the state granary department bought (from temple and peasant producers), stored and distributed the staple food on which the early civilization depended (Erman, 1969:81, 107). In Imperial China around the time of the birth of Christ, state and private enterprises were both involved in salt and iron mining, with movement between them (Gernet, 1982:140). In the old Persian empire, ‘contracting, partnership building and marketization’ – all involving connections between large government and small business – developed as the state engaged in the provision of roads, bridges, canals, irrigation systems and textile and silk production, and used private financial firms to collect taxes for it (Farazmand, 2001:176; also Farazmand, 1998).

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