The research provides an updated position on the global PPP market and the role PPP could occupy in redressing the global infrastructure investment gap.

The infrastructure investment challenge has commanded increasing levels of attention amongst national governments in recent years. The Public Private Partnership (PPP) model in response to the infrastructure investment challenge has been adopted in more than forty countries around the world amidst budgetary constraints and in the absence of a ‘viable alternative’.

This report presents a timely and credible update of the role of Public Private Partnership (PPP) within the confines of the global infrastructure investment challenge within what has been a radically transformed financial and economic paradigm. It specifically looks at five key PPP markets namely:

  • Australia
  • Canada
  • India
  • the UK
  • the US
  • The research outlines the increasingly urgent need for new investment models, better data analysis and increased capability in infrastructure delivery. The key findings of the report reflect the views and experiences of a diverse range of stakeholders groupings across Australia, Canada, India, the UK and the US.


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