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Privatization and Public Private Partnership

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The course is based on practical application through case studies of privatisation and other alternatives throughout the world, ranging from examples of obvious failure such as the railways in the United Kingdom to apparent successes such as Kenya Airways. The emphasis of the course is on critical analysis of the alternatives.

  • Discuss the variety of experiences of privatisation in a wide range of sectors and countries
  • Judge the desirability of privatisation in different circumstances
  • Advise on appropriate methods of privatisation for different policy objectives
  • Evaluate the results of privatisation
  • Advise on contractual arrangements between governments and private and voluntary sector service providers
  • Explain public-private partnerships (PPPs), how they can be organised to produce value for money and the potential pitfalls
  • Make a judgement on the future of the relationship between the public and private sectors
  • Why Privatise?
  • Scale and Methods of Privatisation in Africa, Latin America and Asia
  • Impact of Privatisation
  • Case Studies in Privatisation
  • Outsourcing, Contracting and Competition
  • Case Studies in Procurement
  • Public-Private Partnerships
  • The Future
Course Overview

The course is based on practical application through case studies of privatisation and other alternatives throughout the world, ranging from examples of obvious failure such as the railways in the United Kingdom to apparent successes such as Kenya Airways. The emphasis of the course is on critical analysis of the alternatives.

Course Objective
  • Discuss the variety of experiences of privatisation in a wide range of sectors and countries
  • Judge the desirability of privatisation in different circumstances
  • Advise on appropriate methods of privatisation for different policy objectives
  • Evaluate the results of privatisation
  • Advise on contractual arrangements between governments and private and voluntary sector service providers
  • Explain public-private partnerships (PPPs), how they can be organised to produce value for money and the potential pitfalls
  • Make a judgement on the future of the relationship between the public and private sectors
Course Outline
  • Why Privatise?
  • Scale and Methods of Privatisation in Africa, Latin America and Asia
  • Impact of Privatisation
  • Case Studies in Privatisation
  • Outsourcing, Contracting and Competition
  • Case Studies in Procurement
  • Public-Private Partnerships
  • The Future

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