Success and failure mechanisms of public private partnerships (PPPs) in developing countires: insights from the Lebanese context


Jamali, Dima (2004) Success and failure mechanisms of public private partnerships (PPPs) in developing countires: insights from the Lebanese context International Journal of Public Sector Management, 17, (5), pp. 414-430. (doi:10.1108/09513550410546598).

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The concept of public private partnerships (PPPs) has attracted worldwide attention and acquired a new resonance in the context of developing countries. PPPs are increasingly heralded as an innovative policy tool for remedying the lack of dynamism in traditional public service delivery. However PPPs have also become mired in a muddle of conceptual ambiguities. This paper sheds light on the PPP concept and the rationale for invoking private participation in developing countries. It also identifies critical success factors and policy requirements for successful PPP implementation. Finally, the paper presents a case study assessment of a post-war PPP initiative in the Lebanese telecommunications sector and draws out lessons for improving the effectiveness and viability of PPP projects in the context of developing countries

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Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi:10.1108/09513550410546598
ISSNs: 0951-3558 (print)
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Keywords: developing countries, lebanon, partnership, private sector organizations, public sector organizations, telecommunications
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Date Deposited: 08 Aug 2007
Last Modified: 16 Apr 2017 18:28
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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/47714

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