Public-private Partnership Model: improving States' local economies ab 78.99 € als Taschenbuch: Public-private Partnership Model Local Economic Development Local government Public Administration. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Politikwissenschaft,
Public-private Partnership Model: improving States' local economies ab 78.99 EURO Public-private Partnership Model Local Economic Development Local government Public Administration
This study assesses the feasibility of public-private partnership within the Coastal Alerce National Park (CANP) to be established in the region of Los Rios, Chile. The study concludes the new park can be managed under public-private partnership arrangement because of the socio-economic benefits attached to it, particularly tourism. More important, key stakeholders have reached a formal agreement for collaboration and financing the establishment of the park. However, the study reveals a missing supportive legal framework for public-private arrangements. Also, the financial sustainability for the park is not feasible. These issues need to be addressed for the public-private partnership to function properly. An important lesson drawn from the study is that there is no fixed model for stakeholders participation in co-management arrangements. Instead, various options are possible depending on specific contexts. It appears then that the best way to practice co-management is learning by doing and improving along the way. The suggested approach is to start the process steps by steps and improving co-management as socio-economic and legal situations allow.
A major development challenge in Africa is the mode of delivery, and financing of agricultural extension and advisory services to smallholder farmers. Rural extension and advisory services are essential in improving the incomes of rural peoples.There is currently a large debate on what model of extension is most effective for achieving the various national goals of different countries. This publication analyzes the potential opportunities and challenges for innovative participatory and demand-led extension service models in increasing small scale farmer's incomes.Critical factors that have led to the success of the COMPACI program in increasing small holder farmers' incomes have been through the recognition of the public, private and civil society sectors in contributing to extension and advisory services. The roles and responsibilities of the different stakeholders in the partnership need to be clearly defined and understood. In considering how best to design and implement different extension models, it is necessary to consider the socio-political, economic, and agro-ecological circumstances in different countries and sectors.
Massive investments in Water and Waste Water Industry (WWWI) are made every year in a large number of projects by the central and state government, Public Private Partnership (PPP), financial institutions and others. In order to get commensurate benefit with the cost, it is essential that the projects and programmes are judiciously selected and their plans of implementation are precisely prepared. This paper probes the use of Planning and Control Systems (PCS) in WWWI for improving investment decisions and project implementation with the help of different schedules, to facilitate support for implementation of PCS during Project Execution. The Schedule for Technical Hindrance and Risk has in depth study with its impact on Project Completion and Cost. The Schedules rationalized periodically, monitored systematically, evaluated concurrently for controlling costs and resources aids to take remedial actions before things become critical. The findings in this paper will offer valuable insights on Planning and Controlling the project with the help of Schedules, explicitly for Technical deviations and Project Risks to drive in for timely completion of projects within budgeted costs.
The strongest and most scholarly rationale for this study is to make a contribution in the field of Public Administration by documenting that there is a need for increased understanding and dialogue about the idea that PPP could improve local economic development of the metropolitan municipalities in South Africa, in particular if an appropriate PPP model is constructed. Creswell (1998:94) writes that the rationale for a study is not "the discovery of new elements, as in natural scientific study, but rather the heightening of awareness for experience which has been forgotten and overlooked. By heightening awareness and creating dialogue, it is hoped that this research project could lead to better understanding of the manner in which PPP and LED appear in municipal policy documents and South African academic literature and are understood by councillors and some officials. It is through the insights that lead to improvements in municipal public administration". The need for this study is to provide a new line of thinking, that is, to see PPPs as forming part of the political economy of Public Administration.
Even though the emergence and expansion of textile manufacturing in Ethiopia was initiated around the year 1925, the majority of textile factories were not well established until and after the 1950s. Much of the factories are still publicly controlled. The industry focuses largely on the domestic market. The main problems are related with globalization and competition in the local and international market. The sector can only play its role properly and become competitive when it improves its product quality, productivity, pricing strategy, machinery conditions and the general marketing activities. Improving the quality of cotton is the essential factor to improve the quality of fabrics and yarns in the factory. In marketing, the brand name is the major selling tool and one of the most important components of product personality. Public - private partnership may be the recommended solution for problems prevail in the textile sector. This book gives conceptual framework of marketing mix elements and should be especially useful to organizations engaged in textile investment to be competent in the international market, or anyone else who is professional in textile marketing.
Improving school performance is a primary goal of educational systems not only in the United States but around the world. Partnerships between K-12 grade schools and colleges and universities not only provide benefits to the institutes of higher education that engage in them but assist K-12 schools in three main ways: (1) enriching curriculum offerings, (2) broadening teaching expertise, and (3) helping at-risk students stay in school. Because of their autonomy and greater likelihood to engage in innovation, this book used charter schools to investigate how school/university partnerships functioned in each of the three areas listed above and the results depict both quantitative and qualitative benefits. This book also sheds light on not only the benefits partnerships can provide schools, but what components are needed to make a partnership successful. In addition, the obstacles that can threaten a partnership are examined so they can be avoided. Professors, administrators, and teachers in both public and private K-12 schools as well as colleges and universities can benefit from this book to create and enhance new partnerships to address a large range of pressing educational needs.
The main objective of this research project is to introduce the importance of private and public partnership as one of the keys for the development of the society and the economical part of a country. This partnership has become an important focus of the developed countries. For this reason a lot of governments are giving importance to this aspect in order to go successfully toward globalization world.Todays world is characterized by dinamism,speed and complexity, that is why the public sector, government and local power should cooperate with each other in active way ,in order to have social and economic development. By having this in mind there are some questions that normally may arise: -Which is the role of local authorities and government? -Does any barrier exist between free market and open competition? -Which is the public interest in today's world? -Does it exist only the power or it is focused totally toward consumers need and wants? -What is right and what is legal? Based on these points I have presented in this project the importance of these features and how Albania is improving them in order to go in the straight line with the world today.