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Sous quelles conditions les partenariats public-privé (PPP) peuvent-ils améliorer l'efficacité, l'équité, la sécurité et le développement durable dans les pays se trouvant au niveau pré-PPP ?


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Créer une nouvelle dynamique de partenariats publics-privés (PPP) pour un développement harmonieux et durable: sécurité humaine et accès équitable aux ressources dans les pays au stade "pré-PPP"

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Accès aux ressources - Développement durable - Partenariat public-privé - Pays en développement


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In this paper we will replace PPPs in the framework of some fundamental theoretical and practical considerations concerning the development of countries in transition. In the introduction we will begin by defining PPPs and the major fundamental values at stake in the public domain that PPPs may enhance or hamper, i.e. efficiency, equity, sustainability and security. We deliberately leave aside the definition of the content of transition (towards what type of economic, legal, political, and social system?) for reasons we will clarify in the following paragraphs.

As PPP is clearly one of the reform proposals of New Public Management, the rationale, advantages and difficulties of this institutional arrangement will be better understood by replacing it within the general context of the reforms proposal of the last part of the XX century (section 1.1). This will lead us to introduce, discuss, an

justify the choice of the 4 values defined in the introduction, as the yardsticks against which the results of PPP should be evaluated. We will then be sufficiently armed to present and discussing (in section 1.2) our major research goals and hypothesis. As we will consider that domestic conditions and guidelines are of primary importance for viable PPPs, we will discuss them in section 1.3.

In the second part of this paper, we will analyse the role of PPPs in the strategy of countries at a pre-PPP stage. The distinction between soft and hard infrastructures (section 2.1) will serve as an introduction to the analysis of the place of PPP within the development strategy (section 2.2). Then in section 2.3 we will take into consideration the potential private partners, and the domains in which they will be more likely to invest. And finally, we will develop some ideas towards a model for integrating PPPs into the development strategy of countries in a pre-PPP stage (section 2.4). In the conclusion we will raise the question about the direction of the transition process.


Under What Conditions Can Public-Private-Partnerships (PPPs) Improve Efficiency, Equity, Security and Sustainable Development in Countries at the Pre-PPP Stage?
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