Public Private Partnership im Bank- und Börsenrecht durch Beleihung mit einer Anstaltsträgerschaft ab 89.2 € als gebundene Ausgabe: Dissertationsschrift. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Jura,
Public Private Partnership im Bank- und Börsenrecht durch Beleihung mit einer Anstaltsträgerschaft ab 89.2 EURO Dissertationsschrift
Der Finanzbedarf der öffentlich-rechtlichen Kreditinstitute kann oft nicht mehr durch die öffentliche Hand befriedigt werden. Auch der Börsenbetrieb ist gleichzeitig kostenintensiv und von höchstem öffentlichen Interesse. Diesbezüglich untersucht der Autor unter Heranziehung der Anwendungsbeispiele im Recht der Börsen und Landesbanken das Kooperationsmodell der Anstaltsträgerbeleihung, welches die Einbindung privater Ressourcen und den öffentlichen Auftrag in Einklang bringen soll. Der Autor liefert mit dieser Arbeit eine dogmatische Einordnung und legt einen besonderen Schwerpunkt auf die Möglichkeiten staatlicher Steuerung sowie demokratischer Legitimation. Dem folgend untersucht er die Haftungsbeziehungen und rundet die Betrachtung mit Kapiteln zum Vergabe- und Bilanzrecht ab.
A Private Partnership for Public Benefit (PPPB) is an ad-hoc structure that aligns private resources towards a government objective without leveraging additional public funds. The objective can be for the public sector to identify and engage the key private parties to align their interests under a new set of parameters that will still serve their objectives but also support the community.The model of this scenario, within the Inland Southern California region, is implemented to address the housing crisis and will be referenced as a case study. A neighborhood block model demonstration is facilitated and documented in this doctoral dissertation. The premise of this demonstration is for the PPPB to transform an abandoned property and then for existing public programs to be coordinated in an effort to revitalize the surrounding occupied homes in the neighborhood block. The comprehensive impact of this model has an impact on property values, energy efficient savings on utility bills and increase overall civic engagement within the community. The model has been referenced in US Department of Housing and Urban Development and Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco conferences.
The Work explores the topic of cost planning of Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) projects in the Czech Republic, especially with respect to institutional settings and road infrastructure. First, the PPP concept is introduced from a theoretical perspective and compared to traditional public procurement. The main part of the thesis focuses on public procurement of road infrastructure and the advantages of the PPP organizational structure. The solutions for flawed procurement institutions cover four main areas: improvement of procurement laws, better qualifications of public officials, strategic planning of needed roads and asset management perspective on the existing infrastructure. Follows a thorough empirical analysis of a World Bank PPP model for highways through a Monte Carlo simulation. A particular case of R35 motorway is evaluated as a PPP project and key drivers of public and private NPV are identified and compared across three different scenarios. Overall, the work concludes that if risks are appropriately allocated and public authorities sufficiently qualified, PPP projects are well suited to serve as means for the state to obtain road infrastructure.
The study investigated patterns of street-begging, support services and vocational aspirations of people living with disabilities. 131 male and female street-beggars who are blind, deaf, crippled, intellectually disabled, etc were used. Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) and t-test were employed. The results showed that age, gender and marital status stood out as significant moderators of patterns of street-begging while educational level and religion did not, also educational level and religion influenced the support services while age, gender and marital status did not, all moderating variables were not significant on the vocational aspirations. It was recommended that Government should establish public counseling clinic for professional counselors and allowing them to establish private counseling clinic just like private hospitals established by Doctors in Nigeria . It was specifically recommended that four (4) rehabilitation/vocational training centers should be established in 774 local governments areas ( i.e 3,096) in Nigeria through the partnership collaboration between the three (3) tiers of Government and World bodies such as World Bank, UNESCO, UNDP,UNICEF, and British Council
Luke Him Sau/Lu Qianshou (1904-1991) is best known internationally and in China as the architect of the iconic Bank of China Headquarters in Shanghai. One of the first Chinese students to be trained at the Architectural Association in London in the late 1920s, Luke's long, prolific and highly successful career in China and Hong Kong offers unique insights into an extraordinary period of Chinese political turbulence that scuppered the professional prospects and historical recognition of so many of his colleagues. Global interest in China has risen exponentially in recent times, creating an appetite for the country's history and culture. This book satiates this by providing a highly engaging and visual account of China's 20th-century architecture through the lens of one of the country's most distinguished yet overlooked designers. It features over 250 new colour photographs by Edward Denison of Luke's buildings and original archive material. The book charts Luke's life and work, commencing with his childhood in colonial Hong Kong and his apprenticeship with a British architectural firm before focusing on his education at the Architectural Association (1927-30). In London, Luke was offered the post of Head of the Architecture Department at the newly established Bank of China, where IM Pei's father was a senior figure. Luke spent the next seven years in the inimitable city of Shanghai designing buildings all over China for the Bank before the Japanese invasion in 1937 forced him, and countless others, to flee to the proxy wartime capital of Chongqing. In 1945 he returned to Shanghai where he formed a partnership with four other Chinese graduates of UK universities; but civil war (between the Communists and Nationalists) once again caused him and others to uproot in 1949. Initially intent on fleeing with the Nationalists to Taiwan, Luke was almost convinced to stay in Communist China but decided finally to move to Hong Kong. There, for the third time in his life, he had to establish his career all over again. Despite many challenges, he eventually prospered, becoming a pioneer in the design of private residences, schools, hospitals, chapels and public housing.
Project sponsors in Europe are facing more and more difficulty when acquiring conventional long-term bank loans for infrastructure projects. The regulatory landscape for debt markets will evolve further with implementation of Basel III requirements. Recently, the Asset Quality Review under the European Central Bank's Comprehensive Assessment process, and related pressures on banks' balance sheets, have constrained bank long-term lending. This has led to much discussion on non-conventional bank funding options for infrastructure deals in the future. This book analyses the project bond financing solution in detail, identifying all the specific features that make it highly suitable for large capital intensive infrastructure projects. The first part of the book assesses the main characteristics and prerequisites of project finance, including public-private partnership, infrastructure project assets and greenfield versus brownfield projects. It then discusses the European infrastructure project finance market in detail, before comparing bank conventional lending versus the project bond solution. In the final part of the book, the author presents the Europe 2020 project bond initiative, and reveals a range of key case studies and their findings.
This paper argues that the World Bank should follow a systemic approach to developing guidance on public expenditure reform. Suggested approaches are to: determine an appropriate role for government and its various agents and specify their partnership with the civil society and the private sector; clarify the goals of reform and specify performance monitoring and evaluation indicators; target unproductive and inequitable expenditures from elimination; emphasize poverty alleviation; and promote equity and adopt general guidelines on policy environment goals for external assistance.