International Journal of Applied Public - Private Partnerships

The International Journal of Applied Public-Private Partnerships (IJAPPP) affords a unique understanding of the current issues facing organisations across the Public-Private divide, an ever-growing phenomenon in international politics. IJAPPP seeks to address the key policy areas in which Public-Private Partnerships PPP are both emerging and flourishing and seeks discernment of:

What is being done, how it is being done, where it is being done, when it is being done, who is doing it and why it is being done.

Submissions are invited from both professionals and academics working in the area of or with an interest in Partnership for Business Development. Presenting understanding of current issues on the working relationship between public and private sectors and also the voluntary (not-for-profit) organisations.

Volume: 1

Issue: 3

Financial Structuring of Public-Private Partnerships for Road Infrastructure Projects in India
Dr. Esther Malini

Issue: 2

Public Private Partnership (PPP) for Social Development: A South Asian Perspective
Dr. Mustaghis-ur-Rahman

Public-Private Partnerships and Their Economic Contribution
Luiz Montanheiro

Public Management Reform and Public-Private Partnership
Professor Philip I. Mathew

Issue: 1

Changing the Management of the Changing Public Sectors
Prof David s. Morris and Prof Robert H. Haigh

The Changing Public and Private Sector Partnerships: What is to be done?
Prof David s. Morris and Prof Robert H. Haigh