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7 conditions for creating a Smart City through Partnerships

There is no doubt that the world has become urban. According to United Nations data, the number of people living in cities is growing in total by more than 60 million every year. Overall, the latest UN projections from World Urbanization Trends estimate that the total urban proportion is expected to rise from 54% in 2014 to more than 66% by 2050. This means that by the middle of the 21st century, more than 2 out of 3 people will be urban dwellers.

 
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ACADEMIC ARTICLE
 
PPP for the provision of public goods: theory and an application to NGOs
 
This article provides a theoretical framework for the involvement of non-profit organizations in Public Private Partnerships, and then uses this framework to explain... 
 
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HIGHLIGHT
 
What have we done during this academic year?
 
 

PPP for Cities generates knowledge around the topic of Public-Private Partnerships and mainly works along two lines of activity: case studies and events.

 
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AQUALIA
 
The lack of PPP projects: myth or reality?
 

Over the last few years, many interesting, positive things have been happening simultaneously in the infrastructure and services Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) sector. With such a strong tailwind one would expect a record high number of projects and investment volumes. But is this really happening?

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GLOBALVIA
 
A success story

 
Globalvia has faced complicated situations, such as a shareholder asking for a bailout, some of its assets not being viable, and the Spanish Administration delaying payments. However, on 28 February 2017, Globalvia management agreed to raise €974 million in capital by compensating its convertible debt. 

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SAVE THE DATE
 

November 14th-16th, 2017

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The Smart City Expo World Congress is coming soon and in this edition the PPP for Cities is celebrating its 3rd international conference on the challenges of Public-Private Partnerships in South America as a side-event.
- 2nd Intl. Conference
- 1st Intl. Conference 
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UNECE International Specialist Centres 
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www.pppcities.org | Contact: pppcities@iese.edu 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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