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Finance and Accounting Seminars


Privatisation: Shifting From Public to Private Sector


REF: F2092  DATES: 8 - 12 Dec 2019  VENUE: Singapore  FEE: 5000 

Overview:

This module focuses on the relationship between the public and the private sectors of the economy. Its perspective will take as given the range of activities in which a state is involved, and we will focus our attention on how provision of the relevant goods, services and infrastructures is made.

This course aims to introduce you to the main forms of cooperation between the state and the private sector in the provision of public goods and services. It does so both by examining the theoretical bases of public-private partnerships, and by an analysis of a number of recent case studies of PPP in action.

The course is focused primarily around the following two questions:

  • What are the role and the duties of a state – which goods and services should be guaranteed to the population when employing financial resources raised through taxation?
  • Which provisions should be made directly by the state, or instead outsourced to the private sector operating on its behalf?

Course Objectives:

  • outline how state functions have evolved over time.
  • discuss how the public sector typically relates to the private sector for the provision of public goods.
  • explain and assess the main features of alternative public-private relationships.
  • quantify the size of PP markets across the world and explain the source of PP regulations.
  • assess the merits and limitations of alternative procurement legislations and procedures.
  • identify the goals of the procuring administration.
  • select the main dimensions for effective procurement design.
  • describe concession contracts and their rationale, and assess different types.
  • identify some of the merits and limitations of a PPP contract.
  • explain the differences underlying alternative PPP models in different sectors.
  • identify the main economic principles behind PPP case studies.
  • explain the main reasons underlying privatization of public assets.
  • detail the regulatory challenges behind privatization.
  • assess the importance of regulatory institutions when privatizing natural monopolies.

Course Outlines:

Defining Public-Private Relationships:

  • Introduction.
  • The Role of the State.
  • Public Procurement.
  • Public-Private Partnerships.
  • Privatization.

The Size and Institutional Framework of Public Procurement:

  • How Important Are Regulations for Effective PP?
  • Outsourcing Trends in the Public Sector.
  • Public Procurement and Supranational Institutions.
  • Defence Procurement.
  • Public Procurement of Innovation.

Designing Public Procurement:

  • Public Procurement and Economic Policy.
  • Best Value for Money in Procurement..
  • Centralized vs Decentralized Procurement.
  • Tendering Formats.
  • Risk Sharing and Incentives in Public Procurement.
  • Obligational and Adversarial Contracting.
  • Contracts and Quality Enforcement.
  • SMEs and Public Procurement.
  • Green and Sustainable Procurement.

Concessions of Public Assets:

  • The Rationale for Public Concessions.
  • Types of Concessions.
  • Infrastructure Concessions.
  • Forest, Land and Mining Concessions.

Public-Private Partnerships (PPP): Principles:

  • Introduction.
  • The Variety of PPPs.
  • The Economics of PPPs.

Privatizing Public Assets:

  • Introduction.
  • Why Privatize?
  • Which Public Assets to Privatize?
  • How to Privatize?
  • Privatization and Regulation.

 

COURSE DATES
8 - 12 Dec 2019
COURSE REF
F2092
VENUE
Singapore
COURSE FEE
5000 

COURSE REF: F2092

Privatisation: Shifting From Public to Private Sector

Singapore

COURSE DATES: 8 - 12 Dec 2019
COURSE FEE: 5000 

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