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Public?Private Partnership Infrastructure Projects: Case Studies from the Republic of Korea (Volume 2)
  • 저자김재형
  • 부문
  • 면수181 page
  • 발행2011.09
목차
Executive Summary
Background

Volume 2: Cases of Build-Transfer-Operate Projects for Ports and Build-Transfer-Lease Projects for Education Facilities
 
Overview of Public-Private Partnerships by Sector in the Republic of Korea

Part 1: Build-Transfer-Operate Projects for Port Facilities

 Background and Scope of Study
  Background and Purpose of Study
  Scope of Study
 Management of and Investment in Ports in the Republic of Korea
  Outline: Port Development
 Actual Investments in Port Development by Investor Groups
  Fiscal Investment in Port Development
  Public-Private Partnership Projects According to the PPP Act
  Investment by Non-Competent Authorities
  Investment by Public Corporations
  Summing Up
 Analysis of Public-Private Partnerships for Port Facilities by Implementation Phases
  Designation of a Potential Project
  Formulation and Announcement of a Request for Proposal
  Submission of Project Proposals
  Evaluation of Project Proposals
  Negotiations and Designation of a Concessionaire
  Submission and Approval of a Detailed Engineering and Design Plan for Implementation
  Construction Completion and Operation 46
 Performance Evaluation of Public-Private Partnership Port Projects
  Present Status
  Survey
  Performance Evaluation
 Major Issues of Public-Private Partnership Port Projects
  Feasibility Study
  Restrictions for Project Implementation Schemes
  Request for Proposals
  Calculation of Total Project Costs
  Optimum Rate of Return
  Cargo Throughput Estimation
  Free Use Period
  User Fee and Minimum Revenue Guarantee
  Refinancing and Profit Sharing
 Conditions for Successful Implementation of Public-Private Partnership Port Projects
  Conduct of Feasibility Study
  Application of Trigger Rule in Public-Private Partnership Port Projects
  Securing and Using Expertise
  System Improvement and Project Monitoring

Part 2: Build-Transfer-Lease Method for Education Facilities

 Background
 Status of Korean School Facilities and Changes in Policy Environment
  Conditions of School Facilities and the Investment Situation
  Changes in the Policy Environment for School Facilities
 Expanded Private Participation in School Facilities
  Build-Transfer-Lease System for School Facilities
  Build-Transfer-Lease Projects and Their Types
  Status of Build-Transfer-Lease Projects for School Facilities and Mid- to Long-Term Investment Plans
  Mid- to Long-Term Investment Plans for Build-Transfer-Lease School Projects
 Major Implementation Procedures of Build-Transfer-Lease Projects for School Facilities
  Implementation Procedures of Build-Transfer-Lease Projects and Major Roles among Involved Parties
  Detailed Guidelines of Build-Transfer-Lease Projects by Major Procedure
 Major Issues and Improvement Measures in the Project Implementation Process
  Major Issues for Promotion of Build-Transfer-Lease Projects
  Issues Concerning Efficient Post-Construction Management
 Performance Analysis of Build-Transfer-Lease Projects for School Facilities
  Performance Evaluation Methodology
  Evaluation and Analysis of Efficiency
  Cost Overrun
  Time Overrun
  Evaluation and Analysis of Satisfaction with Build-Transfer-Lease School Projects
  Survey of Competent Authorities and Project Participants

Conclusion

References
Appendixes
 Appendix 1-A: Investment Systems for Port Development in Major Countries
 Appendix 1-B: Build-Transfer-Lease Projects for School Facilities
Executive Summary
Background

Volume 2: Cases of Build-Transfer-Operate Projects for Ports and Build-Transfer-Lease Projects for Education Facilities
 
Overview of Public-Private Partnerships by Sector in the Republic of Korea

Part 1: Build-Transfer-Operate Projects for Port Facilities

 Background and Scope of Study
  Background and Purpose of Study
  Scope of Study
 Management of and Investment in Ports in the Republic of Korea
  Outline: Port Development
 Actual Investments in Port Development by Investor Groups
  Fiscal Investment in Port Development
  Public-Private Partnership Projects According to the PPP Act
  Investment by Non-Competent Authorities
  Investment by Public Corporations
  Summing Up
 Analysis of Public-Private Partnerships for Port Facilities by Implementation Phases
  Designation of a Potential Project
  Formulation and Announcement of a Request for Proposal
  Submission of Project Proposals
  Evaluation of Project Proposals
  Negotiations and Designation of a Concessionaire
  Submission and Approval of a Detailed Engineering and Design Plan for Implementation
  Construction Completion and Operation 46
 Performance Evaluation of Public-Private Partnership Port Projects
  Present Status
  Survey
  Performance Evaluation
 Major Issues of Public-Private Partnership Port Projects
  Feasibility Study
  Restrictions for Project Implementation Schemes
  Request for Proposals
  Calculation of Total Project Costs
  Optimum Rate of Return
  Cargo Throughput Estimation
  Free Use Period
  User Fee and Minimum Revenue Guarantee
  Refinancing and Profit Sharing
 Conditions for Successful Implementation of Public-Private Partnership Port Projects
  Conduct of Feasibility Study
  Application of Trigger Rule in Public-Private Partnership Port Projects
  Securing and Using Expertise
  System Improvement and Project Monitoring

Part 2: Build-Transfer-Lease Method for Education Facilities

 Background
 Status of Korean School Facilities and Changes in Policy Environment
  Conditions of School Facilities and the Investment Situation
  Changes in the Policy Environment for School Facilities
 Expanded Private Participation in School Facilities
  Build-Transfer-Lease System for School Facilities
  Build-Transfer-Lease Projects and Their Types
  Status of Build-Transfer-Lease Projects for School Facilities and Mid- to Long-Term Investment Plans
  Mid- to Long-Term Investment Plans for Build-Transfer-Lease School Projects
 Major Implementation Procedures of Build-Transfer-Lease Projects for School Facilities
  Implementation Procedures of Build-Transfer-Lease Projects and Major Roles among Involved Parties
  Detailed Guidelines of Build-Transfer-Lease Projects by Major Procedure
 Major Issues and Improvement Measures in the Project Implementation Process
  Major Issues for Promotion of Build-Transfer-Lease Projects
  Issues Concerning Efficient Post-Construction Management
 Performance Analysis of Build-Transfer-Lease Projects for School Facilities
  Performance Evaluation Methodology
  Evaluation and Analysis of Efficiency
  Cost Overrun
  Time Overrun
  Evaluation and Analysis of Satisfaction with Build-Transfer-Lease School Projects
  Survey of Competent Authorities and Project Participants

Conclusion

References
Appendixes
 Appendix 1-A: Investment Systems for Port Development in Major Countries
 Appendix 1-B: Build-Transfer-Lease Projects for School Facilities