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PPPs in France: What Efficiency? What Future? - Stephane Saussier - June 2014 meeting of the Working Party 2 of the Competition Committee
PPPs in France: What Efficiency? What Future? - Stephane Saussier - June 2014 meeting of the Working Party 2 of the Competition Committee
PPPs in France: What Efficiency? What Future? - Stephane Saussier - June 2014 meeting of the Working Party 2 of the Competition Committee
PPPs in France: What Efficiency? What Future? - Stephane Saussier - June 2014 meeting of the Working Party 2 of the Competition Committee
PPPs in France: What Efficiency? What Future? - Stephane Saussier - June 2014 meeting of the Working Party 2 of the Competition Committee
PPPs in France: What Efficiency? What Future? - Stephane Saussier - June 2014 meeting of the Working Party 2 of the Competition Committee
PPPs in France: What Efficiency? What Future? - Stephane Saussier - June 2014 meeting of the Working Party 2 of the Competition Committee
PPPs in France: What Efficiency? What Future? - Stephane Saussier - June 2014 meeting of the Working Party 2 of the Competition Committee
PPPs in France: What Efficiency? What Future? - Stephane Saussier - June 2014 meeting of the Working Party 2 of the Competition Committee
PPPs in France: What Efficiency? What Future? - Stephane Saussier - June 2014 meeting of the Working Party 2 of the Competition Committee
PPPs in France: What Efficiency? What Future? - Stephane Saussier - June 2014 meeting of the Working Party 2 of the Competition Committee
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PPPs in France: What Efficiency? What Future? - Stephane Saussier - June 2014 meeting of the Working Party 2 of the Competition Committee

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This presentation by Stephane Saussier was made during a session on Competition in Public-Private Partnerships held at the 57th meeting of the Working Party 2 of the Competition Committee on 16 June …

This presentation by Stephane Saussier was made during a session on Competition in Public-Private Partnerships held at the 57th meeting of the Working Party 2 of the Competition Committee on 16 June 2014. Find out more at http://www.oecd.org/daf/competition/competition-public-private-partnerships.htm

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  • 1. PPPs in France: What Efficiency? What Future? Stéphane Saussier Sorbonne Business School EPPP Chaire European University Institute saussier@univ-paris1.fr http://www.chaire-eppp.org OECD Hearing on PPPs, Competition Division, June 16th 2014, Paris.
  • 2. PPPs in France: What Efficiency? What Future? Preliminary remark: I will not talk about Concession-like contracts but only about new PFI- like contracts in France French PPPs 1)  What Efficiency? 2)  What Future? 2
  • 3. 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 14000 16000 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2005-13 Etat 70,00 15,76 330,00 235,02 1064,90 5371,70 2806,90 1060,00 10954,28 Collectivités territoriales 1,10 78,70 148,17 489,94 234,96 773,55 777,77 721,2 503,7 3729,13 Millions€ Investments financed through PPPs since 2004 in France Source MaPPP – Sept 2013 State Municipalities ! PPPs are financing a small part of public investments in France (8-9% in 2011). 3
  • 4. Source : EPEC – June 14 Investments financed through PPPs since 2004 in Europe PFIs are representing a small part of public investments in Europe … 4
  • 5. Still, PFI-like contracts are important •  Still, PFI-like contracts are important because they allow to finance public infrastructures that could be hardly financed through concession-like contracts •  Remember PFIs are: •  Global contracts •  Payment is delayed •  Payment is made by citizens through a direct payment by public authorities •  For some infrastructures the choice is open, for others, not: •  Museum, swimming pool, Zoo, … Vs. Prisons, Hospitals, Universities, … What do we know about their efficiency … in France? Very few! 1) Some remarks on the efficiency of French PPPs 5
  • 6. French PPPs: What Efficiency? A First Study 9% 11% 20% 44% 16%13% 17% 27% 30% 13% 30 PPPs within sample 46 PPPs in operational phase (Jan 12) Urban equipments Energy / waste Culture, sport IT Buildings Urban equipments Energy / waste Culture, sport IT Buildings The complete study is available (in English) at : http://chaire-eppp.org/files_chaire/rei_140_0081.pdf Revue d’Economie Industrielle, 2012 6We know very few about PPPs’ efficiency in France!
  • 7. 7 Scoring by public authorities from 6 (very satisfied) to 1 (very unsatisfied) 7
  • 8. 8 Scoring by public authorities from 6 (very satisfied) to 1 (very unsatisfied)
  • 9. 9 Scoring from 6 (very satisfied) to 1 (very unsatisfied) n=20
  • 10. PPPs promises but (yet) uncertain future •  Value for money assessment •  18th months before contract signature •  Before competitive dialogue •  Without any social value assessment and project ranking •  No such evaluation concerning public procurement either! •  Municipalities’ capacity building in order to manage competitive dialog & innovation •  Not a free lunch •  Renegotiations •  What regulation? •  Transparency and accountability •  What data? Where are information concerning future coming payments? 2) Some remarks on the efficiency of PPPs 10
  • 11. PPPs promises but (yet) uncertain future •  Bundling (i.e. Global contract) is not enough to define PPPs •  Design, Build, Maintain and Operate … procurement contracts with no payment delayed exist now •  New 2014 European directives blurring even more definition of PFIs vs Concessions •  Concession contracts are defined as global contracts in which operating risk is transferred substantially or partly to the private party •  Some French PFIs would be classified as concession •  Devil is in the contractual details •  Some concessions without any risk transfer! (e.g. Millau Viaduc, Lusoponte, …) 2) Some remarks on the efficiency of PPPs 11

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