Value for Money in Public–Private Partnerships: An Infrastructure Governance Approach
This publication explains how countries can establish strong public–private partnerships (PPP) to help bridge deep funding gaps and build the climate-resilient infrastructure they need.
It notes that the pandemic and government worries over value for money have combined with business’ concerns over investment risk to dampen regional PPP deals. The publication sets out a governance approach to promoting value for money to help strengthen public sector capacity to prepare and implement PPP infrastructure investments. An effective infrastructure governance approach to value for money will ensure performance over the asset life cycle and maximize the quality and amount of infrastructure for a given level of spending.
- Executive Summary
- What is Value for Money?
- Value for Money: The Need for a Governance-Based Approach
- Key Governance Conclusions for Supporting Value for Money Analysis in Developing Member Countries