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This benchmarking index is a learning tool that evaluates the legal, regulatory and operating environments for Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) in transport, water/sanitation and electricity infrastructure for 19 Latin American and Caribbean countries. The analysis and scores in the model provide a comparable assessment of individual countries' readiness and facility for PPP project design and implementation. For the purpose of this index, PPP refers specifically to projects which involve a long-term contract between a public-sector body and a private-sector entity for the design, construction (or upgrading), operation and maintenance of public infrastructure; with finance usually provided by, and significant construction, operation and maintenance risks transferred to, the private-sector, which also bears either availability or demand risk; but with the public sector remaining responsible for policy oversight and regulation; and the infrastructure generally reverting to public-sector control at the end of the contract term.

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Data Provided By
Office of the Multilateral Investment Fund
Source Link
http://publications.iadb.org/handle/11319/703
License
Attribution | Noncommercial | No Derivative Works 3.0 IGO
Dataset Info
Título
2009-2014 InfraScope Index for Latin America and the Caribbean
Descripción
This benchmarking index is a learning tool that evaluates the legal, regulatory and operating environments for Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) in transport, water/sanitation and electricity infrastructure for 19 Latin American and Caribbean countries. The analysis and scores in the model provide a comparable assessment of individual countries' readiness and facility for PPP project design and implementation. For the purpose of this index, PPP refers specifically to projects which involve a long-term contract between a public-sector body and a private-sector entity for the design, construction (or upgrading), operation and maintenance of public infrastructure; with finance usually provided by, and significant construction, operation and maintenance risks transferred to, the private-sector, which also bears either availability or demand risk; but with the public sector remaining responsible for policy oversight and regulation; and the infrastructure generally reverting to public-sector control at the end of the contract term.
Dataset Summary
Name Acronym
InfraScope
Nombre Acrónimo
InfraScope
Country
AR,BR,CH,CO,CR,DR,EC,EL,GU,HO,JA,ME,NI,PN,PR,PE,TT,UR,VE
Last Updated
2014
Source
Economist Intelligence Unit
Fuente de datos
Economist Intelligence Unit
Publisher
Economist Intelligence Unit
Editor
Economist Intelligence Unit
Type
Time Series
Tipo
Series de tiempo
Languages Supported
EN
Data Information
Time Period Covered
2009-2014
Data Notes
This model is constructed from 19 indicators
Notas de datos
Este modelo fue construido de 19 indicadores
IDB Information
Scope of Access
Public
Ámbito de acceso
Publico
IDB Unit Responsible
Office of the Multilateral Investment Fund
Unidad Responsable del BID
Oficina del Fondo Multilateral de Inversiones
Dataset Categories
Category 1
Private Firms and SME Development
Category 2
Public Finance
Category 3
Financial Markets and Institutions
Categorías del Conjunto de Datos
Categoría 1
Empresas Privadas y Desarrollo de PyMES
Categoría 2
Finanzas Públicas
Categoría 3
Mercados e Instituciones Financieras
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