Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Handbook
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    Publication Date: September 2008
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    This Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Handbook is designed for the staff of the Asian
    Development Bank (ADB) and its developing member countries' clients. It provides an
    overview of the role, design, structure, and execution of PPPs for infrastructure
    development. With inputs from policy and transaction specialists, this handbook
    addresses a range of matters associated with PPPs, from policy considerations to
    implementation issues.

    This handbook is meant as an introduction or primer to the design and execution of PPP
    strategies and projects in the context of development finance.

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    Contents
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    Acknowledgments, Contents, Acronyms, Introduction [ PDF: 99kb | 5 pages ]

    Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) - An Overview [ PDF: 117kb | 5 pages ]

    1.1 Defining Public-Private Partnerships
    1.2 Motivation for Engaging in PPPs

    Recent Experience with Infrastructure Privatization and PPPs [ PDF: 92kb | 4 pages ]

    2.1 The Level and Form of Infrastructure Privatization/PPPs from 1990-2004
    2.2 Incorporating Local and Regional Investment Sources
    2.3 Incorporating Social Priorities

    Structuring a PPP: Sector Diagnostic and Sector Road Map [ PDF: 388kb | 16 pages ]

    3.1 Requirements and Expectations
    3.2 Technical Issues
    3.3 Legal, Regulatory, and Policy Framework
    3.4 Institutional Structures and Capacity
    3.5 Commercial, Financial, and Economic Issues
    3.6 Stakeholder Consultation
    3.7 Clear Sector Strategy and Road Map
    3.8 Clear Government Commitment and a Designated Champion

    Structuring a PPP: Available PPP Options [ PDF: 409kb | 17 pages ]

    4.1 Service Contract
    4.2 Management Contracts
    4.3 Affermage or Lease Contracts
    4.4 Concessions
    4.5 Build-Operate-Transfer and Similar Arrangements
    4.6 Joint Venture
    4.7 Hybrid Arrangements

    Structuring a PPP: Selecting the Option [ PDF: 104kb | 3 pages ]

    PPP Preparatory Work [ PDF: 451kb | 19 pages ]

    6.1 Establishing Appropriate Legal, Regulatory, and Policy Frameworks
    6.2 Technical Preparation
    6.3 Institutional Structures and Capacity Building
    6.4 Commercial, Financial, and Economic Preparation
    6.5 Labor Considerations
    6.6 Including Local Partners
    6.7 Stakeholder Involvement

    Implementing PPPs [ PDF: 345kb | 12 pages ]

    7.1 Collecting Feedback from Potential Bidders
    7.2 Notification and Prequalification
    7.3 Defining the Procurement Process
    7.4 Defining the Bid Evaluation Process
    7.5 Bid Package
    7.6 The Contract
    7.7 Negotiations and Contract Start
    7.8 Key Implementation Issues

    Specific Pro-Poor Activities in PPPs [ PDF: 167kb | 5 pages ]

    8.1 Pro-Poor Characteristics of PPP Options
    8.2 Pro-Poor Interventions in the Context of PPPs
    8.3 Output-Based Aid Contracts

    Framework for Measuring, Monitoring, and Reporting on Results [ PDF: 127kb | 3
    pages ]

    Resources and Tools [ PDF: 280kb | 9 pages ]

    10.1 Websites - General PPPs
    10.2 Websites - PPP Organizations and Units
    10.3 Websites - Sector-Specific Infrastructure
    10.4 Literature - General PPPs
    10.5 Literature - Infrastructure PPPs
    10.6 Literature - Pro-Poor PPPs  
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This Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Handbook is
designed for the staff of the Asian
    Development Bank (ADB) and its developing
    member countries' clients. It provides an
    overview of the role, design, structure, and
    execution of PPPs for infrastructure
    development. With inputs from policy and
    transaction specialists, this handbook
    addresses a range of matters associated with
    PPPs, from policy considerations to
    implementation issues.
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