Parcerias público-privadas: análise comparativa das experiências britânica e brasileira

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2007-06-01
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The Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) are part of the reforms adopted by the Brazilian government aiming to increase private sector participation in areas characterized by the lack of public investments. The PPP are presented as a new strategy for recovering the public investment capacity, highlighting their successful application abroad, specially, in United Kingdom. This paper presents a comparative analysis of PPP models adopted in England with the Brazilian model. It aims identifying the principal similarities, as well as pointing out the differences revealed during the transfer process to the Brazilian context. Some of the conclusions highlight the reduced application of the model in the Brazilian environment as a consequence of the reduced application of key-concepts like: risk transfer to private sector, instruments for evaluating the actual improvement of the efficiency of the public service management.


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