What you'll learn

  • Why some partnerships succeed where others have failed
  • What partnership models are best suited to what political and economic circumstances
  • What tools governments can use to develop and implement politically and economically sustainable reforms
  • Analysis of the opportunities and limitations involved in using private capital markets to finance infrastructure 
  • Regulation, including what mix of contractual and discretionary regulatory mechanisms should be used and when can governments achieve effective outcomes using market forces

Course description

Bringing together senior-level officials from the public, corporate and nonprofit sectors, this intensive two-week program examines lessons learned and best practices from public-private infrastructure development projects around the world. The program focuses on physical infrastructure, transportation and utility services. Education, health care and similar services are not directly considered.


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