Establishing Public Private Partnerships: Lessons Learned from the Global South

Year Published 2015
Business unit: Transaction Advisory Services (TAS) & PPP
Resource type: Discussion papers
File type: PDF
Theme(s): Economic Development, Public Private Partnerships, Trade & Industry


This report captures key points and recommendations from a seminar that brought together countries from the Global South to share knowledge and experience on why, when and how to establish Public-Private Partnerships in a development setting. The report’s target audience is PPP practitioners and policymakers in developing countries with an interest in gaining an overview of key lessons learned from countries that have advanced the use of PPPs to different levels, in different contexts and from different starting points. This publication is drafted by analyst Kristoffer Nilaus Tarp at the Danish Institute of International Studies (, policy analyst at UNDP Tanzania, Søren Vester Haldrup, and analyst Malene Alber Lassen at PRAXIS Advisors. In addition, the seminar’s expert speakers, as well as senior Public-Private Partnerships specialist at the World Bank, Jeffrey Delmon, have helped review the report and provided invaluable comments.

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