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2021
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6689
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5575
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PPIAF
Published:
2017
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63711
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49164
A growing number of governments are interested in partnering with the private sector to provide public infrastructure assets and services. The PPP Reference Guide aims to assist them. The Guide tackles the following questions:   What are public-private partnerships (PPPs), why and when to use them. What kind of policy, legal, and institutional framework is needed to ensure PPPs achieve their objectives efficiently and effectively. What...
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Inter-American Development Bank (IDB),Islamic Development Bank (IDB), European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD),World Bank Group (WBG),Asian Development Bank (ADB),United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP),Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD),United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE),Global Infrastructure Hub (GIH)
Topic
Unsolicited Proposals,PPP Institutional Framework,PPP Structuring,PPP Units,PPP Legal Framework
Published:
2017
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11987
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20932
Guidelines for the Development of a Policy for Managing Unsolicited Proposals in Infrastructure Projects
When it comes to infrastructure projects, “unsolicited proposals” (USPs) represent an alternative to the traditional project initiation method where the private sector, rather than the government, takes the leading role in identifying and developing a project. In practice, many public authorities across the world resort to USPs motivated by the perspective of solving the challenges brought by their lack of capacity to identify and develop projects. However, many projects that o...
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PPIAF,World Bank Group (WBG)
Topic
Unsolicited Proposals
Published:
2019
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7965
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12692
This Reference Guide is the response to the need for augmented capacity to scale up the use of Islamic finance and for standardization of documentation across various sectors and asset classes—in effect, a road map for its use. It aims to reduce any added complexity and share more knowledge about Islamic transactions. The Reference Guide includes four case studies to illustrate how the different shari'ah-compliant structures have been used in infrastructure PPPs. In addi...
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Islamic Development Bank (IDB),PPIAF,World Bank Group (WBG)
Sector
Multi-sector (i.e. for infrastructure in general) 
Topic
Financing
Published:
2018
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4395
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15214
Private Investment in Infrastructure 2011- H1 2017
This report provides a general overview of the projects that received financing from institutional investors and the share of institutional-investor contributions in the total investment garnered during the period of study. The report finds this share to be extremely low and as such the risks and barriers to institutional investment in infrastructure are also highlighted.  The report also provides details about the institutional investors who provided financin...
Contributor
World Bank Group (WBG)
Published:
2018
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5164
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13276
Practical guidance for governments managing PPP contracts, informed by real-life project data
Developed by the Global Infrastructure Hub, a G20 initiative, the PPP Contract Management Tool provides guidance for governments in managing PPP projects after financial close, through construction and operations. The tool highlights lessons learned on some of the common challenges that arise and how they can be addressed, as well as how to avoid some of the common pitfalls. The data and case studies include new information about the management of PPP contracts, which h...
Contributor
Global Infrastructure Hub (GIH)
Topic
Contract Management
Published:
2019
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3119
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9163
LESSONS LEARNED SINCE THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR INVESTORS IN EMERGING MARKETS TODAY
Every financial system has faced or will face a crisis at some point. But even in the absence of a crisis, the extraordinary growth in credit over the last two decades has resulted in an increase of non-performing loans (NPLs), which are an unavoidable by-product of lending. This can put economies at risk. When not addressed, distressed assets can grow to reach critical thresholds that can slow down, or even prevent, economic recovery and increase unemployment, creating a vicious circle th...
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International Finance Corporation (IFC)