How Nigerian PPP Affordable Housing projects can be better implemented Using Institutional Analysis Development Framework

Julius Ojebode, Kassim Gidado, Noel Painting

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The international community recognised that increasing the provision of affordable housing is one of the major development challenges of the twenty - first century. This challenge is even more severe in de veloping economies with high population such as Nigeria, where the government have tried a variety of housing initiatives to help address the challenge but to a relatively very little effect. One of the recent initiatives involves the use of Public Private Partnership (PPP). Unfortunately, the implementation framework does not accurately reflect what is needed to stimulate and broaden housing provision. This paper adopts an Institutional Analysis Development (IAD) Framework approach to analyse PPP as a mechanism for the delivery of affordable housing in Nigeria. Although the IAD approach is best suited to policy tasks that involve developing new policy in itiatives, or comparing alternative policy designs, this research have used it to explain the institutional underpinnings of the many complex problems encountered in affordable housing delivery. The IAD framework helped to integrate the theoretical concept s of PPP and affordable housing provision with the empirical findings of PPP for affordable housing delivery in Nigeria. The empirical data was gathered using semi - structured interviews with practitioners associated with the provision of housing in the pub lic and private sectors in Nigeria. In addition to providing the basis for more effective policy, the research outcomes provide a firm foundation for building partnership for affordable housing delivery. The research also revealed a number of interesting insights that could assist in successful use of PPP for the provision of affordable housing in Nigeria. Therefore, research objective is to develop a sound framework to facilitate the implementation of PPP affordable housing project. This framework define s the issues, attributes, rules - in - use, interaction and evaluation criteria that define how PPPs will be implemented throughout the PPP project life cycle
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of 6th international conference on engineering, project, and production management (EPPM2015)
Place of PublicationGold Coast, Australia
PublisherGriffith University, Australia
Pages29-36
Number of pages8
ISBN (Print)9781922216762
Publication statusPublished - 10 Sep 2015
EventProceedings of 6th international conference on engineering, project, and production management (EPPM2015) - Griffith University, Gold Coast, Australia, 2-4 September 2015
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ConferenceProceedings of 6th international conference on engineering, project, and production management (EPPM2015)
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Ojebode, J., Gidado, K., & Painting, N. (2015). How Nigerian PPP Affordable Housing projects can be better implemented Using Institutional Analysis Development Framework. In Proceedings of 6th international conference on engineering, project, and production management (EPPM2015) (pp. 29-36). Gold Coast, Australia: Griffith University, Australia.
Ojebode, Julius ; Gidado, Kassim ; Painting, Noel. / How Nigerian PPP Affordable Housing projects can be better implemented Using Institutional Analysis Development Framework. Proceedings of 6th international conference on engineering, project, and production management (EPPM2015). Gold Coast, Australia : Griffith University, Australia, 2015. pp. 29-36
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Ojebode, J, Gidado, K & Painting, N 2015, How Nigerian PPP Affordable Housing projects can be better implemented Using Institutional Analysis Development Framework. in Proceedings of 6th international conference on engineering, project, and production management (EPPM2015). Griffith University, Australia, Gold Coast, Australia, pp. 29-36, Proceedings of 6th international conference on engineering, project, and production management (EPPM2015), 10/09/15.

How Nigerian PPP Affordable Housing projects can be better implemented Using Institutional Analysis Development Framework. / Ojebode, Julius; Gidado, Kassim; Painting, Noel.

Proceedings of 6th international conference on engineering, project, and production management (EPPM2015). Gold Coast, Australia : Griffith University, Australia, 2015. p. 29-36.

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Ojebode J, Gidado K, Painting N. How Nigerian PPP Affordable Housing projects can be better implemented Using Institutional Analysis Development Framework. In Proceedings of 6th international conference on engineering, project, and production management (EPPM2015). Gold Coast, Australia: Griffith University, Australia. 2015. p. 29-36