How to Engage with the Private Sector in Public-Private Partnerships in Emerging Markets

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Book details

Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: World Bank Publications
Publication date: 1/14/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 196
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.06" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.924
Language: English

The purpose of this guide is to enhance the chances of effective partnerships being developed between the public and the private-sector by addressing one of the main obstacles to effective PPP project delivery: having the right information on the right projects for the right partners at the right time.

E.R. Yescombe is an independent consultant on project finance and public-private partnerships (PPPs), advising investors on financing for power, infrastructure and PPP projects, as well as public-sector entities on PPP policy issues, project procurement and contracting.

Acknowledgments
About The Authors
Abbreviations
Introduction
Role of Public-Private Partnerships
Scope of the Guide
Limits to the Guide
Defining Public-Private Partnerships
Privatization and Management Contracts
Small Private Providers of Infrastructure Services
User-Fee and Availability-Based Public-Private Partnerships
Setting the Framework
Policy Rationale
Legal and Regulatory Framework
Investment Framework
Implementation Framework
Summary
Case Study: Water and Electricity Services Provision in Gabon
Selecting Projects
Project Scope and Requirements
Can the Project Be Delivered as a Public-Private Partnership?
Should the Project Be Delivered as a Public-Private Partnership?
Initial Market Assessment
Lessons from Experience: How the Private Sector Has Addressed Key Risks in Projects
Case Study: Hospital Regional de Alta Especialidad del Baj�o, Guanajuato State, Mexico
Financing PPP Projects
Lenders and Risk: Bankability
Contract Terms: Bankability
Equity Investment
Contractual Relationships
Refinancing
Risk Mitigation and Other Sources of Project Funding
Output-Based Aid
Case Study: S�o Paulo Metro Line 4, Brazil
Case Study: Improved Access to Water Services in the East Zone of Metro Manila, the Philippines
Preparing Projects for Market
Management of the Process
Funding for Project Preparation
Unsolicited Proposals
Project Assessment
Case Study: PPP Program in the National Highways Sector, India
Project Advisers
Role of Advisers
When to Use Advisers
Appointment of Advisers
Role of Public-Private Partnership Units
Management of Advisers
Case Study: Queen Alia Airport Expansion, Amman, Jordan
Managing the Initial Interface With the Private Sector
Preparation for Market Sounding
Before the Launch
Perception of the Project
Role of Development Finance Institutions and Donors
Transition to the Procurement Phase
Managing Procurement
Outcome of the Procurement Phase
Role of Advisers
Role of Development Finance Institutions
Bid Stages
Project Launch
Prequalification
Request for Proposals
Preferred Bidder and Financial Close
Case Study: Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central Hospital, South Africa
After Signing
Managing Contracts
Evaluating PPP Projects and Programs
Case Study: Sofia Water, Bulgaria
Conclusion
Appendixes
World Bank and PPIAF Private Participation in Infrastructure Project Database
Sample Extract of a Risk Management Register for Managing the PPP Project Process
List of PPP Web Sites
References
Index
Boxes
Port Concessioning and Competition in Colombia
Lessons
Liverpool Direct
Regional Projects
Major Concerns of Project Lenders
Major Concerns of Contractors and Investors
Common Problems in Project Governance
Common Mistakes in Project Preparation
Top 10 Tips for a Successful Market-Sounding Exercise
Project Information Memorandum
Bidders' Conference
Summary of RfQ for Public-Private Partnership Projects, Government of India
Tips on Managing Contracts
Figures
Investment Commitments to New and Existing Infrastructure Projects with Private Participation in Developing Countries, by Sector, 1990-2008
Investment Commitments to New PPI Projects Reaching Closure in Developing Countries, by Region, 1995-2009
Key Phases of the Public-Private Partnership Project Process
Relationship between When to Standardize Contract Terms and Benefits from the Project
Stages of Project Selection
Elements of a Risk Management Plan
Number of Projects with Private Participation in Infrastructure, by Sector and Type of Contract, 1996-2008
Number of Transport Projects in Sub-Saharan Africa in the World Bank PPI Database, by Sector, 1996-2007
Typical Contractual Structure of a Public-Private Partnership
Project Preparation Process
Outline of a Structure of Project Governance
Outline of the Procurement Process
Outline of the Prequalification Phase
Outline of the Request-for-Proposals and Financial Close Phase
Tables
An Example of Output Specifications for an Accommodation Public-Private Partnership
Role of External Advisers
Checklist before Launching the Procurement Phase

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