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Focusing Partnerships A Sourcebook for Municipal Capacity-Building in Public-Private Partnerships

Edited By: Janelle Plummer
250 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Earthscan
Focusing Partnerships
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Arguing that "public-private" partnerships are the way forward for urban development in the south as well as in the north, this volume provides a practical sourcebook on how such partnerships can be developed in ways that meet the needs of the poor and reduce social exclusion. Focused on implementation rather than policy, it lays out a strategic framework for building municipal capacity. It provides a useful resource for municipal authorities, development agencies, community groups and those working on urban planning and poverty relief.


Introduction - Why involve the Private Sector - Creating and Focusing Partnerships - The Context of Public-Private Partnerships - Partnerships in Urban Governance - Poverty Reduction - Key Actors - Key Principles - Creating a Framework - Organisational and Contractual Issues - Key Processes - Human Resource Development - Organisational Development - A Framework for Action - References, Index

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Edited By: Janelle Plummer
250 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Earthscan
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