Infrastructure Public-Private Partnerships in Emerging Markets & Developing Economies 1991-2015
Governments have long acknowledged the key role infrastructure plays in economic growth and poverty reduction. As countries face growing demand for infrastructure, Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) continue to play a crucial role in improving efficiencies in delivering public services, one of the key elements to narrowing the infrastructure gap. This becomes even more important as history shows that shifting the development, maintenance, and operational risk on to the private sector often results in higher quality and overall better results than government provisioning.
This report uses data from the PPI Database to analyze broad trends of PPP investment in infrastructure from 1991 to 2015. Specifically, it examines factors behind...
EBRD Assessment of the Quality of the PPP Legislation and of the Effectiveness of its Implementation for Turkey.
By Carolina Monsalve, World Bank Report No. 60223-ECA, March 2011 (English but also available in Macedonian, Croatian, Bosnian, Serbian, Albanian) – Report on railway reform in countries in South East Europe with focus on institutional reform, operational and financial performance and international integration. The report recommends prioritizing railway reform to ensure compliance with European Union legislation for the railway sector and improve railway performance. Countries covered include Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Former Yugoslavia Republic of Macedonia, Romania, and Serbia.
Report available in several languages: English, Macedonian, Croatian, Bosnian, Serbian, Albanian.
Adana Hospital Complex
A large majority of health infrastructure in Turkey is old and out of date and is no longer appropriate for meeting the country’s healthcare needs. For example, high energy costs, earthquake risks, and hospital layouts that don’t support modern technologies, are all chronic problems facing Turkey’s health sector. With only 2.6 beds per 1,000 people (2011), compared with an OECD-wide figure of 3.6/1,000, and an expected need for more than 90,000 new hospital beds by 2023, the Government of Turkey launched its Health PPP Program (the Program) in 2010. The aim of the Program is to improve service delivery and outcomes through a realigned public hospital network serving the nearly 90% of the population that is covered to varying degrees by...
Evrensel Hizmetin Sağlanması ve Bazı Kanunlarda Değişiklik
Yapılması Hakkında Kanun Kanun No. 5369 Kabul Tarihi : 16.6.2005 BİRİNCİ BÖLÜM Amaç ve Tanımlar Amaç