Copenhagen Economics has contributed to a study on ”PPP – Organization and financing of public infrastructure projects” for five pension funds: ATP, PFA, PKA, SamPension and PensionDanmark. The background is, that PPP (Public Private Partnership) has been suggested as an organizational method to implement and/or operate public facilities.
The main conclusions of the study are:
- Current low economic activity coupled with tight fiscal budgets make PPP financed infrastructure investments sensible
- The organizational form of PPP projects, where the private partner is made liable to some risk, tend to secure better monitoring of projects or operations
The full report can be downloaded from PensionDanmark’s website here
For further information please contact Partner Sigurd Næss-Schmidt