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Potenzialità e criticità del Partenariato Pubblico Privato in Italia

  • Elisabetta Iossa

    ()

    (Università di Roma 'Tor Vergata', Brunel University, CEDI e CMPO)

  • Federico Antellini Russo

    ()

    (CONSIP, Roma e LUISS Guido Carli)

In this paper we discuss procedural and contractual aspects of Public Private Partnerships (PPP) in Italy, in the light of the economic theory of contracts and of incentives. We emphasize the potential role for PPPs for infrastructure development in Italy and the inefficiencies that arise in practice because of administrative risk, procedural complexity that distort competition and inefficient allocation of risks between the public and the private sector.

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Volume (Year): 98 (2008)
Issue (Month): 3 (May-June)
Pages: 125-158

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