Under the Technical Assistance Collaboration Agreement with the Asian Development Bank (ADB), recognizing the need to facilitate Public Private Partnership (PPP) in developing member countries, Korea Development Institute (KDI) produced this publication based on Korean experience of PPP over the last decade. With reflection of the Korean PPP procurement scheme, the current publication tries to present not only case studies on institutional arrangements for PPP in the Republic of Korea but also the policies and evidences of maximizing benefits and value for money of PPP while minimizing downsides and risks.
This book is divided into two volumes of case studies presenting the experience with PPP infrastructure projects in the Republic of Korea, along with appendixes. The first volume examines the institutional framework of the Korean PPP system, its performance, and recent strategies and initiatives for effective PPP implementation and management. The second volume summarizes cases involving BTO port and BTL educational facility projects. In the appendixes, a global country comparison is provided, including country PPP frameworks and case studies.