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Public?Private Partnership Infrastructure Projects: Case Studies from the Republic of Korea (Volume 1)
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  • 면수196 page
  • 발행2011.09
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Executive Summary

Volume 1: Institutional Arrangements and Performance of Public-Private Partnerships

Introduction

Institutional Settings for Public-Private Partnerships
 Background in Chronology
 Legal Framework
 Organization of Decision Process
 Procurement Schemes
 Government Support for Land Expropriation
 Financial and Tax Incentives
 Buyout Right and Concession Termination
 Training and Education Program

Trends and Current Status of Public-Private Partnerships
 Build-Transfer-Operate Projects
 Build-Transfer-Lease Projects
 Private Financing through Infrastructure Bond and/or Fund
 Size of Fiscal Commitment in Public-Private Partnerships

Implementation Procedure
 Procedure for Build-Transfer-Operate Solicited Project
 Procedures for Build-Transfer-Operate Unsolicited Project
 Procedure for Build-Transfer-Lease Project

Ex-Post Management, Refinancing, and Renegotiation
 Monitoring
 Performance Management
 Stakeholder Survey on the Performance of Public-Private Partnership Projects
 Refinancing
 Refinancing Steps
 Renegotiation

Evidence of Cost Savings and Efficiency Gain from Public-Private Partnerships
 Methodology
 Financial Analysis of Concession Agreement
 Analysis of Concession Agreement Clauses
 Wrap-Up: Cost Savings and Efficiency Gain

Evidence of Public-Private Partnership Contribution to the
 National Economy
 Background
 Public-Private Partnership Contribution to Economic Growth
 Public-Private Partnership Contribution to Social Welfare
 Public-Private Partnership Contribution to Better Value for Money:Several Experiments
 Implications

Budgeting and Safeguard Ceiling for Public-Private Partnership Fiscal Commitment
 Background
 Budgeting and Reporting of Public-Private Partnerships
 Developing Safeguard Ceiling for Annual Public-Private Partnership Payment

Public-Private Partnerships as an Alternative Method of Fiscal Stimulus to Address the Global Financial Crisis
 Background
 The First Revitalization Initiative
 The Second Revitalization Initiative

Lessons Learned and Challenges Ahead
 Lessons Learned
 Challenges Ahead

References
Appendixes
Executive Summary

Volume 1: Institutional Arrangements and Performance of Public-Private Partnerships

Introduction

Institutional Settings for Public-Private Partnerships
 Background in Chronology
 Legal Framework
 Organization of Decision Process
 Procurement Schemes
 Government Support for Land Expropriation
 Financial and Tax Incentives
 Buyout Right and Concession Termination
 Training and Education Program

Trends and Current Status of Public-Private Partnerships
 Build-Transfer-Operate Projects
 Build-Transfer-Lease Projects
 Private Financing through Infrastructure Bond and/or Fund
 Size of Fiscal Commitment in Public-Private Partnerships

Implementation Procedure
 Procedure for Build-Transfer-Operate Solicited Project
 Procedures for Build-Transfer-Operate Unsolicited Project
 Procedure for Build-Transfer-Lease Project

Ex-Post Management, Refinancing, and Renegotiation
 Monitoring
 Performance Management
 Stakeholder Survey on the Performance of Public-Private Partnership Projects
 Refinancing
 Refinancing Steps
 Renegotiation

Evidence of Cost Savings and Efficiency Gain from Public-Private Partnerships
 Methodology
 Financial Analysis of Concession Agreement
 Analysis of Concession Agreement Clauses
 Wrap-Up: Cost Savings and Efficiency Gain

Evidence of Public-Private Partnership Contribution to the
 National Economy
 Background
 Public-Private Partnership Contribution to Economic Growth
 Public-Private Partnership Contribution to Social Welfare
 Public-Private Partnership Contribution to Better Value for Money:Several Experiments
 Implications

Budgeting and Safeguard Ceiling for Public-Private Partnership Fiscal Commitment
 Background
 Budgeting and Reporting of Public-Private Partnerships
 Developing Safeguard Ceiling for Annual Public-Private Partnership Payment

Public-Private Partnerships as an Alternative Method of Fiscal Stimulus to Address the Global Financial Crisis
 Background
 The First Revitalization Initiative
 The Second Revitalization Initiative

Lessons Learned and Challenges Ahead
 Lessons Learned
 Challenges Ahead

References
Appendixes