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I project bond in Italia: problemi e prospettive

  • Andrea Sartori

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The research focuses on project bonds in Italy. Project bonds are issued to finance infrastructures and public works. This financial instrument, extensively debated in Italy and in Europe, seems designed to attract private investment and to ensure financing costs lower than bank loans. Therefore, it may be of particular relevance in a historical period (and in the future) when traditional sources of funding may not be able to provide the necessary resources to build infrastructures. Chapter 1 examines the legal framework of project bonds and innovations recently (2012-2013) introduced in the Italian law. Chapter 2 reviews the evolution of investments in infrastructure spending and the problem of private capital attraction. Chapter 3 analyses the public private partnership (PPP) and project finance Italian market in order to contextualize the possible role of project bonds. Chapter 4, correspondingly, examines the European and international profiles.

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  1. Kappeler, Andreas & Nemoz, Mathieu, 2010. "Public-Private Partnerships in Europe - Before and During the Recent Financial Crisis," Economic and Financial Reports 2010/4, European Investment Bank, Economics Department.
  2. Wagenvoort, Rien & de Nicola, Carlo & Kappeler, Andreas, 2010. "Infrastructure finance in Europe: Composition, evolution and crisis impact," EIB Papers 1/2010, European Investment Bank, Economics Department.
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