A public-private partnership (PPP) is an agreement based on a partnership between a public agency and a private partner where the public agency enters into long-term contractual agreements with private sector entities to build or manage public sector infrastructure facilities or provide services (using infrastructure facilities) to the community on behalf of a public sector entity.
Experts from the Centre for Applied Economics offer consulting service and full project support from the planning to the final stage of implementation.
Consulting services include:
- Organizational planning
This process involves the preparation and approval of the project scheme, preparation of an expanded calendar plan, determination of all stakeholders and the coordination of project participants.
- Calculation of a project’s financial and economic feasibility
This type of work involves a preliminary project cost calculation, definition of the economic effects, evaluation of implementation, including an assessment of the social and budget effectiveness, and risk calculations for customers.
- Legal services
This service involves creating a rationale for the project’s legal structure, selecting an optimal implementation scheme, minimizing risks with respect to supervisory agencies, and preparing complex project documents (e.g., tender documents, contracts, etc.)
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