PPP Webinars

Legal and Regulatory Frameworks in PPPs: Europe and Central Asia
This webinar will discuss important features of the legal and regulatory framework for PPPs in Kosovo, including defining PPPs, preparation for and procurement of such contracts, and institutional roles and responsibilities involved in Kosovo’s PPPs.
Legal and Regulatory Frameworks in PPPs: Kuwait
Kuwait is seeking to mobilize enhanced private investment in infrastructure and services using the public-private partnerships model. As a part of this strategy, the Government of Kuwait has enacted a new PPP law (Law No. 116 of 2014) to replace its old law (Law No. 7 of 2008) and has developed new...
Financing Infrastructure through PPP
This webinar discusses how PPPs can be a mode for infrastructure financing, with a focus on the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. Two case studies on PPPs in the power and transportation sectors (Jordan and Saudi Arabia, respectively) will be examined.
Recent Global Trends in Infrastructure Project Finance
In the first quarter of 2014, many emerging countries were still struggling to mobilize financing flows to infrastructure, although there were key signs of a revival. A year later, some countries and regions appear to have been successful in reviving their PPP markets, others less so.
What’s New in India? Examining PPP Financing Trends
This webinar looks at the current status of the financing of PPPs in India, following up on a webinar on April 14, 2015 which took an in-depth look at the evolution of the Indian PPP market.
Mobilizing Private Sector Finance for Infrastructure
Cambridge Economic Policy Associates (CEPA) completed a yearlong wide-ranging research programme that was funded by the United Kingdom’s Department for International Development (DFID). The aim of the programme was to understand the main constraints on the flow of private capital to infrastructure...
The International Infrastructure Support System – A Project Preparation, Collaboration and Information Sharing Tool
The Sustainable Infrastructure Foundation, in collaboration with the Asian Development Bank, has developed the International Infrastructure Support System (IISS), an online project preparation platform.
Freedom of Information Acts and Disclosure in Public-Private Partnerships
Governments have been (and continue to be) the primary focus of most transparency demands and regimes, including disclosure specific to PPPs.
Disclosure Practices in Public-Private Partnerships in Minas Gerais, Brazil
Even before the 2011 approval of Brazil’s Law on Access to Information, the practice governing PPP projects in Brazil was characterized by openness and disclosure, with full proactive disclosure of PPP contracts and variations, as well as of other relevant project information.
PPP Procurement in India - Public and Private Perspectives
Public-Private Partnerships have been seen as an important form of procurement for the delivery of services across sectors in several emerging markets globally. However, developing and bidding out PPPs continues to be expensive for governments. Similarly, the bidding process entails substantial...