- OECD Government at a Glance 2013: PPPs
PPPs account for less than 15% of annual capital central government expenditure, and there is a great variation across countries in the extent to which PPPs are used: the United Kingdom has the most projects (648), followed by Korea (567) and Australia (127).
- PPP in statistics: Eurostat guidelines
This report provides guidance on the definition, purpose and methodology of PPP
accounting and statistical treatment and explains their impact on government deficit
and debt. It provides an insight into the purpose and fiscal impact of as well as new
trends in accounting and statistical treatment of PPPs.
- PPP in infrastructure
The Public-Private Partnership in Infrastructure Resource Center for Contracts, Laws and Regulation (PPPIRC) contains sample public-private partnership (PPP) agreements and concessions, checklists and sample clauses, terms of reference, risk matrices, standard bidding documents developed by government agencies and sample PPP and sector legislation and regulation
- Public-Private Partnerships
The World Bank Institute’s (WBI) PPP practice works with public sector agencies and partner institutions to identify and address high-priority needs for learning on PPPs
- IFC and Public Private Partnerships