Public private partnership: model for PFI implementation in Nigeria

Kassim Gidado

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Abstract

21st public lecture of the Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi - Nigeria, chaired by the Vice Chancellor held on 31st May 2011 at the university's Yelwa campus. The aim is to propose an implementation model for Private Finance Initiative (PFI) for the Nigeria environment. Firstly, is to iInvestigate experiences of developed economies (UK, France, US) and other developing economies (China, Malaysia, South Africa); - using desk-top research. Secondly, is to identify the key issues, risks, constraints and problems associated with private sector participation in provision of public services within the Nigeria's socio-economic and political environment; - using questionnaires, severity index, importance index. Thirdly, is to iIdentify the enablers for implementation of PFI in Nigeria - using intensive descriptive empirical studies on a selection of government departments and on existing PPP-type projects.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherBalewa University
Place of PublicationBauchi, Nigeria
Publication statusPublished - 31 May 2011

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    Gidado, K. (2011, May 31). Public private partnership: model for PFI implementation in Nigeria. Balewa University.