English, Article, Journal or magazine article edition: Educational Reform in Developing Countries: Private Involvement and Partnerships Argentino Pessoa

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Title
  • Educational Reform in Developing Countries: Private Involvement and Partnerships
Author
  • Argentino Pessoa
Physical Description
  • preprint
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  • The paper looks at recent changes in the role of government in the provision of education in Developing Countries. It begins with a reflection about the concept of public-private partnership (PPP), discusses the rationale that inspires the ‘contracting out’ of educational services and describes several cases of private sector involvement in education. After looking at the conditions for building PPPs and the necessary requirements for assuring an effective regulatory framework, the paper closes concluding that while contracting out needs not be made a priority there is a large room for other forms of private sector involvement in education in developing countries.
  • Contracting out, educational reform, market/​government failure, NPM, public-private partnerships.
  • RePEc:por:fepwps:284
Language
  • English
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