|Understanding and Evaluating Infrastructure the Use of Public-Private Partnerships for Public Buildings|
This guide aims to help advocates, policymakers, and other stakeholders better understand and analyze public building (schools, etc.) public-private partnership (P3) proposals, contracts, and related legislation.
|Understanding and Evaluating Infrastructure Public-Private Partnerships in the Water Sector|
This guide aims to help advocates, policymakers, and other stakeholders better understand and analyze water infrastructure pubic-private partnership proposals, contracts, and related legislation.
|Availability payments in public-private partnerships: Issues and implications|
A research brief providing an introduction to availability payments, followed by four issues that are important for policymakers and stakeholders when considering an availability payment public-private partnerships.
|The Risks Posed by Water Privatization|
A research brief outlining a few of the serious risks posed by water privatization deals and provides examples of communities that have dealt with the harmful consequences of water privatization.
|An examination of private financing for correctional and immigration detention facilities|
A report documenting how private prison corporations CoreCivic and GEO Group are primed to provide additional jail, prison, and immigration detention space by privately financing new facility construction.
|How Trump’s infrastructure plan incentivizes privatization|
A fact sheet explaining how the Trump administration’s infrastructure plan incentives the privatization of America’s infrastructure by promoting private financing and asset sell-offs.
|Understanding and Evaluating Infrastructure Public-Private Partnerships (P3s)|
A guide to help advocates, policymakers, and other stakeholders better understand and analyze public-private partnership (P3) infrastructure proposals, contracts, and related legislation.
|Lessons learned from the Australian “asset recycling” program|
A research brief revealing the Australian “asset recycling” program as simply privatization rebranded with a new name—selling off existing public infrastructure to pay for new infrastructure.
|Building American While Building Our Middle Class: Best Practices for P3 Infrastructure Projects |
A report describing best practices to ensure that public-private partnership (P3) infrastructure projects help tackle inequality and create middle class pathways for disadvantaged communities.
|Infrastructure Justice: Building Equity into Infrastructure Financing|
A report outlining goals and principles to ensure public-private partnerships (P3s) are structured to benefit the public, local economies, and double-bottom line investors.
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