IBON Primer on Public-Private Partnerships


2017 | 47 pages

Rather than privatization outright, PPPs are privatization with added benefits. Not only do private business secure profits;  these profits, as well as potential risks are subsidized by the state. PPP contracts establish flows of public resources into private hands. PPPs, furthermore, reorient government priorities in ways that undermine democratic ownership over development.



Introduction: Public-Private Partnerships — Privatization by Other Means

Chapter 1:  Public-Private Partnerships Advancing Neoliberalism

Chapter 2:  Promotion of Public-Private Partnerships

Chapter 3:  Conclusion: Safeguarding Democracy and Accountability in the Face of Public-Private Partnerships

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