Public-private partnerships in Indonesia: a comprehensive legal framework of significance to action and analysis
Erwin Sondang Siagian
Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration, 2017, vol. 39, issue 1, 72-78
Public-private partnerships have been formally provided for in Indonesia since 1998. A comprehensive legal framework has been established by the government concerning possible PPP projects, but to-date only five projects have been approved and only one of them has been completed. The many components of the framework need to be understood by those responsible for researching and advising on possible projects, just as other researchers could find it insightful to explore the reasons for the limited project action within the framework, as well as the focus, form and results of the only completed project. In accordance with these research needs and possibilities, this note addresses the fundamentals of the framework and some significant associated challenges.
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