Public-private partnerships, Microeconomics

Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs):A form of financing public investment and sometimes the direct provision of public services, in that finance is provided by private investors (in return for interest) and private firms are involved in management of construction or operation of the publicly-owned facility. PPPs have been criticized for increasing the cost of public projects and producing undue profits for private investors.

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