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Colaboración público-privada como elusión de la estabilidad presupuestaria

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  • Roberto Fernández Llera

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RESUMEN La colaboración público-privada (CPP) puede ser un mecanismo de financiación de las inversiones públicas, complementario de los recursos “tradicionales”. En España se ha venido utilizando esta fórmula desde finales del siglo XIX, pero en los últimos años las Comunidades Autónomas han desplegado un importante esfuerzo en esta materia. La CPP presenta grandes ventajas, pero puede implicar un coste financiero adicional y, en ausencia de adecuados controles, también puede deteriorar la calidad de los servicios públicos. Se ha detectado evidencia estadística de un importante crecimiento de las empresas públicas en las CCA, asociado a un aumento simultáneo de la deuda situada fuera del “perímetro de consolidación”. El objetivo de las CCA parece haber sido eludir las exigencias de estabilidad presupuestaria. ABSTRACT Public-Private Partnership (PPP) can be a funding mechanism for public investment, in addition to ‘traditional’ revenues. Spain has been using this formula from the late 19th century, but in recent years, Autonomous Communities have made a major effort in this area. PPP has important advantages, but it may involve an additional financial cost and, in the absence of adequate controls, it can also damage the quality of public services. It has been found statistical evidence of a significant growth of public sector entities in the Autonomous Communities associated with a simultaneous increase in the debt outside of the ‘scope of consolidation’. The goal of the Autonomous Communities seems to have been eluding the demands of budgetary stability.

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Article provided by Universidades Públicas de Andalucía in its journal Revista de Estudios Regionales.

Volume (Year): 04 (2009)
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Pages: 337-350

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Keywords: Comunidades autónomas; Colaboración público-privada; Empresas públicas; Estabilidad presupuestaria; Autonomus Communities; Public-private partnership; Public firms; Budgetary stability;

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