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Infraestructuras: más iniciativa privada y mejor sector público
[Infrastructure: more private participation and better public sector]

  • de Rus, Gines

Las infraestructuras tienen características que complican su provisión directa en el mercado, haciendo necesaria una implicación directa del sector público en su construcción y funcionamiento, e indirecta, mediante contratos de participación público-privada. Su mitificación social ha favorecido una visión distorsionada según la cual, invertir en grandes proyectos de obra pública siempre es bueno y las deficiencias se pueden resolver con más presencia privada.

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