The workshop was sponsored by the Ministry of Finance of the People’s Republic of China and ADB, and coorganized by the PPP Research Committee led by the Research Institute for Fiscal Science.
More than 100 participants from 18 countries attended the workshop from central governments, local governments, the financial and consulting sectors, academia, and development partner institutions.
The proceedings focused on identifying
- new developments in Public–Private Partnerships (PPPs) in the region and further abroad,
- ingredients for a successful enabling environment for PPPs,
- good institutional models for promoting and regulating the use of PPPs, and
- good practices for managing the fiscal risk of PPPs.
- Introductory Remarks
- Case Studies from Asia
- Lessons in PPPs from Around the World
- Finding the Right Institutional Arrangement for PPPs
- The Enabling Environment: How Can Governments Encourage PPPs?
- Managing Fiscal Risks Facing Central and Local Governments
- Concluding Remarks