Region: East Asia and Pacific
Country: Korea, Rep.
Topic: PPP Reference Guide
The Republic of Korea has rich experience in implementing PPP projects for almost a decade. This experience provides valuable lessons for most DMCs and that merits wider dissemination. The two-volume report prepared by the Korea Development Institute (KDI) presents an in-depth assessment of the different components of PPP framework of the Republic of Korea, including comparing and contrasting the success factors of the Korean PPP model with the experience of other countries through invited presentations on PPP frameworks and multisector case studies.
This publication aims to support the efforts of DMCs engaged in the development of appropriate institutional PPP framework and regulatory reforms along with a well-defined and transparent financial assistance and risk-sharing framework, for facilitating private sector involvement through PPPs.
Kim, Jay-Hyung, Jungwook Kim, Sunghwan Shin, and Seung-yeon Lee. 2011.
Public-Private Partnership Infrastructure Projects: Case Studies from the Republic of Korea. Volume 1, Institutional Arrangements and Performance. Manila: Asian Development Bank.
Updated: June 27, 2022