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Three Steps Forward Two Steps Back: reforming PPP policy


Three Steps Forward Two Steps Back: reforming PPP policy. his report examines the challenges to the efficient, equitable and accountable delivery of public services through public private partnerships. Taking ippr's Commission on PPPs as its starting point, it examines recent Government progress and suggests further improvements. Issues addressed include: (i)value for money: how the Private Finance Initiative has performed and how that performance can be improved (ii)work force issues in PPPs: assessing the extent of the 'two-tier workforce' and the options for ending it (iii) accountability: how to make PPPs more open and responsive to their users. Tim Gosling with: Richard Brooks, Paul Maltby and Malcolm Wing.


By Institute for Public Policy Research, UK.

Employment Policy Resource.