Determinants of the Attractiveness of a Public-Private Partnership in a Heterodox Perspective

  • Hanna KociemskaEmail author
Part of the Advances in African Economic, Social and Political Development book series (AAESPD)


The attractiveness of the subject of the transaction often justifies making an investment decision. When proposing a new heterodox approach to PPPs, it is important to present the role that investors can play and to define new objectives that they can achieve in the implementation of PPP investments based on heterodox approach to PPP. The chapter presents the determinants of the attractiveness of the proposed PPP formula for both the public investor as well as conventional and Islamic investors. It is pointed out the condition under which is the attractive that it is formula for societies that could use public services in such a new way that nobody is excluded.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Wroclaw University of EconomicsWrocławPoland

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