World Bank Group Support to Public-Private Partnerships: Event Launch at IFC July 14th, 2014
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World Bank Group Support to Public-Private Partnerships: Event Launch at IFC July 14th, 2014

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Public-private partnerships (PPPs) have seen a rise in the last two decades and are now used in more than 134 developing countries, contributing about 15-20% of total infrastructure investment. The ...

Public-private partnerships (PPPs) have seen a rise in the last two decades and are now used in more than 134 developing countries, contributing about 15-20% of total infrastructure investment. The Independent Evaluation Group (IEG) evaluated World Bank Group PPP projects from the past 10 years and share lessons learned.

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World Bank Group Support to Public-Private Partnerships: Event Launch at IFC July 14th, 2014 World Bank Group Support to Public-Private Partnerships: Event Launch at IFC July 14th, 2014 Presentation Transcript

  • World Bank Group Support to Public- Private Partnerships FY02-12 Lessons from an IEG Evaluation of World Bank Group Experience World Bank Group Launch July 14, 2014 Stefan Apfalter Senior Evaluation Officer, IEG
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  • Title of Presentation 3 Can the WBG’s $1.9 billion really make a difference? IEG evaluated 134 countries on 811 PPP interventions through the entire PPP cycle over the period FY02-12
  • What works • More strategic country approach • Address political economy factors • Shift IFC investments • Better M&E 4
  • More Strategic Country Approach
  • Advise Governments on If and How Comprehensive diagnostics  Readiness of sector  Public sector capacity  Fiscal implications  Integrated in NIPs 6
  • PPP diagnostics 7 1 3 Government committed Space for PPPs Civil society engaged Capital markets Continent liabilities Pipeline of bankable PPPs 2 Sector regulations PPP policy Capable institutions
  • Target the right countries 8 • WB and IFC AS reaches nascent countries • MIGA support nascent and emerging countries • IFC IS too often in developed countries
  • SIGNIFICANT OVER WEIGHTING OF NASCENT COUNTRIES 9 WB in nascent countries % = relative share of accumulated GDP
  • Addressing Political Economy Factors
  • Engaging with stakeholders  Sector reform is foundation of success, but 45 % of WB efforts fail  Government commitment required Start with low hanging fruit Broad and early engagement 11
  • Commitment for PPP structuring • 50 % of IFC AS‘ PPP structuring mandates did not materialize due to lack of government commitment 12
  • Shift IFC Investments
  • Overemphasizing mature countries 14 OVER WEIGHTING OF DEVELOPED COUNTRIES % = PPP market in these countries
  • Increasing development footprint 15 • IFC can increase its additionality by investing more in less mature countries • Development outcome ratings unchanged • Set early demonstration effect
  • MIGA is more pioneering EFFECTIVELY TARGETS EMERGING AND NASCENT COUNTRIES 16
  • Better M&E
  • PPP’s effect on the poor unknown 18 Data NO Data
  • Moving Forward 19 More strategic advice Improved stakeholder consultation Shift IFC investments Improve M&E and steer PPP PPP CCSA
  • Thank you!