1. Auflage 2019,
192 Seiten, Gebunden, Book, Format (B × H): 160 mm x 241 mm, Gewicht: 471 g
Reihe: Advances in African Economic, Social and Political Development
Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Kociemska Public-Private Partnership for Sub-Saharan AfricaThis monograph highlights the benefits of public-private partnerships (PPP) for Sub-Saharan Africa. By studying the intertwinement of mainstream and Islamic finance, the author shows how PPPs have emerged as a viable and efficient organizational vehicle for fair rules of economic cooperation where the trade-offs between profit maximization and social justice values required by Islamic finance occur within the organization.
The book shows the assumptions under which such compromise is beneficial to all parties, including public entities, multicultural societies and private Islamic and conventional investors. It places particular emphasis on changing the principle of allocating public resources in the uncertain legal and economic environment of the region discussed. Given the cultural idiosyncrasies, political instability, and socio-economic turmoil but high development potential in Sub-Saharan Africa, PPPs with a heterodox approach may prove to be a game-changer in the region and a platform to find a compromise between the interests of various types of investors.
Weitere Infos & Material
1. Introduction 2. Development of public-private partnerships (PPPs) in diversified economic areas 2.1 Genesis and concepts: project finance and public-private partnerships 2.2. General legal, economic and organisational conditions of public-private partnerships in the European Union 2.3 Development of public-private partnerships in conventional and Islamic economies 2.4 Sub-Saharan Africa as a region of interest to foreign investors 3. Public-private partnership in the light of risk and public finance theories 3.1. Risk and its management in economic and financial theory 3.2. Public finance functions and risk 3.3. Internal and external risk determinants in public-private partnerships 3.4. Risks and functions of Islamic public finance 4. Heterodox Approach to Public-Private Partnership 4.1 Main Schools of Thought in Public Finance and Rules of Islamic Moral Economy (IME) 4.2. Agency Theory Vs. Islamic Finance 4.3. Public Choice Theory and Social Choice Theory Vs. Islamic Finance 4.4. Islamic Moral Economy (IME) Vs. Social Responsibility in Conventional Business 4.5. Heterodox Approach to the Pillars of Public-Private Partnership 5. Determinants of the attractiveness of public-private partnership in a heterodox perspective 5.1. Determinants of the attractiveness of public-private partnerships from the point of view of a conventional investor 5.2. Determinants of the attractiveness of public-private partnerships from an Islamic investor's point of view 5.3. Determinants of the attractiveness of public-private partnerships for the public partner 5.4. Heterodox approach to public-private partnership and the resilience of infrastructure investment to global financial crises 6. Example of investments in the formula of public-private partnership using the heterodox perspective 6.1. Assumptions concerning an exemplary public-private partnership project 6.2. Risk management in public-private partnerships on the basis of the proposed heterodox approach 6.3. Advantages and disadvantages of the investment in the proposed formula according to the heterodox approach 7. Conclusion: Heterodox approach to public-private partnership References