Country: Global / Non-Specific
This paper looks at specific type of PPI projects called “unsolicited proposals.” Unsolicited proposals are not requested by a government and usually originate within the private sector. These proposals typically come from companies with ties to a particular industry—such as developers, suppliers, and financiers—that spend their own money to develop basic project specifications, then directly approach governments to get the required official approvals.
John T. Hodges Georgina Dellacha, Public-Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility (PPIAF), Working Paper No. 1, 2007, provides a discussion on how different countries manage unsolicited proposals.
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Updated: March 14, 2022