May 2024

Determinants of Public-Private Partnership Governance Structures: Evidence from India

Eoin Reeves (ed), University of Limerick, Ireland

Original Study by Mahavadi Dhanshyam, Samir K Srivastava & Indranil Biswas.

Public-private partnerships (PPPs) represent a continuum of governance structures characterized by wide variability in private sector risk transfer.  Despite the widespread adoption of PPPs, few studies examine the reasons for variability across governance structures.  This question provides the motivation for this paper which examines the factors that determine PPP governance structures in India.

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