The Evolution of Public-Private Partnerships in a Comparison between Europe and Italy: Some Perspectives for the Energy Sector

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The recent global economic and financial crisis has generated new challenges for all public governments. In a number of countries, anti-crisis packages included innovative public actions, realized also in combination with private investments, like in the case of Public-Private Partnership (PPP), which combines the resource of government agents with those of private agents in order to realize public-interest aims. In this study, we have conducted a general analysis on PPP models, in order to present some evidences from a comparison between EU-28 (European Union with 28 countries) and Italy in the 2008-2016 period, with specific considerations on the energy sector. The various trends demonstrate a substantial evolution about global numbers and values of the Public-Private Partnership initiatives in EU-28 and Italy, and underline several constraints and challenges for successful PPP projects, even specifically for the energy sector.

Keywords: Public-Private Partnership, EU-28 Italy comparison, energy.

JEL Classifications: G38, M21, Q48

DOI: https://doi.org/10.32479/ijeep.7815

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Matteo Rossi, University of Sannio

Assistant Professor of Corporate FinanceDEMM Department

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2019-04-16

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Rossi, M., Festa, G., & Gunardi, A. (2019). The Evolution of Public-Private Partnerships in a Comparison between Europe and Italy: Some Perspectives for the Energy Sector. International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, 9(3), 403–413. Retrieved from https://www.econjournals.com/index.php/ijeep/article/view/7815

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