Public-Private Partnership as a Policy Instrument. Hong Qiu. Outline. 1. What is P3. 2 . Why P3. 3 . How to develop P3. Case 1: The Confederation Bridge. Case 2: Sponsorship Program. A Historical Overview. E arly 1980s in USA and UK Increasing public debt
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1. What is P3
2. Why P3
3. How to develop P3
Case 1:The Confederation Bridge
Case 2:Sponsorship Program
Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships, http://www.pppcouncil.ca/aboutPPP_definition.asp
skills in building bridges and alliances, broking interests, forging consensus, articulating shared values…The future of governance is partnership and shared responsibility.
Jim Armstrong , Donald G. Lenihan
From Controlling to Collaborating: When Governments Want to be Partners
M. Charih & A. Daniels (Eds.)
New public management and public administration in Canada
Adapt from S. Osborne (ed), Public–Private Partnerships: Theory and Practice in International Perspective
Other Federal Depts
P3 &Intergovernmental collaboration
NB Crown Corp.
Expenditures and events sponsored
2003 Auditor General’s report