Financing Infrastructure in the 21st Century: The Long Term Impact of Public Private Partnerships in Britain and Australia by Dexter Whitfield

A detailed study of the longer-term impact of changes in the design, structure and financing of PPP/PFI projects, external economic and political drivers such as growth of the secondary market and government modernisation policies, and the effect of economic, social and employment change. The report also examines PPP/PFI performance, democratic accountability and transparency, the impact on jobs and concludes with an assessment of alternative public sector investment strategies. Copies of the 80 page report are available from: Don Dunstan Foundation, University of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia 5000, Australia. Email – Price £10.00 includes airmail postage.

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Financing Infra Aust


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