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L'efficacité des contrats de partenariat en France : une première évaluation quantitative


  • Stéphane Saussier
  • Phuong Tra Tran


In this paper, we propose an evaluation of French public private partnerships by focusing on the implementation phase of infrastructure but also, which is the first time to our knowledge, the operational phase of projects. Using a questionnaire administered to thirty projects in operation, we evaluate the effectiveness of this type of contract, in terms of cost, time, quality and price/quality ratio. Our quantitative assessment suggests that public administrations are globally satisfied with their projects financed through public private partnerships.

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  • Stéphane Saussier & Phuong Tra Tran, 2012. "L'efficacité des contrats de partenariat en France : une première évaluation quantitative," Revue d'économie industrielle, De Boeck Université, vol. 0(4), pages 81-110.
  • Handle: RePEc:cai:reidbu:rei_140_0081

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    1. Sonia Guelton, 2015. "Public-private partnerships for the delivery of local public services: a powerful motivation for public finance consolidation?
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