Public Private Partnerships
Public Private Partnerships is a term used to broadly describe the involvement of private companies in the provision of government services or infrastructure.
Examples of PPPs or P3s include the construction of major infrastructure projects such as freeways, prisons and hospitals.
PPP's and Public Health
- Judith Richter, "Public–private Partnerships for Health: A trend with no alternatives?", Development, Society for International Development, (2004) Volume 47 No 2, pages 43–48.
- Judith Richter, "Public-Private Partnerships and International Health Policy-making", 2004.
- Judith Richter, "Public-private partnerships and Health for All - How can WHO safeguard public interests?", Policy Brief, Globalism and Social Policy Programme, No 5 September 2004.
PPP's and Infrastructure
- Emilia Istrate and Robert Puentes, "Moving Forward on Public Private Partnerships: U.S. and International Experience with PPP Units", BROOKINGS-ROCKEFELLER, PROJECT ON STATE AND METROPOLITAN INNOVATION, December 2011.
- National Conference of State Legislatures, "Public-Private Partnerships for Transportation: A Toolkit for Legislators"