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Recasting Public Administration in IndiaReform, Rhetoric, and Neoliberalism$
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Kuldeep Mathur

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780199490356

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2019

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780199490356.001.0001

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Provisioning of Education and Health in Public–Private Partnership (PPP) Mode

Provisioning of Education and Health in Public–Private Partnership (PPP) Mode

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(p.113) 10 Provisioning of Education and Health in Public–Private Partnership (PPP) Mode
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Recasting Public Administration in India
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Kuldeep Mathur

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780199490356.003.0011

This chapter illustrates the consequences of privatization and public–private partnerships in delivering education and health services in India. The reasons for using PPPs in providing physical infrastructure are very different from the ones for their use in the social sector. In both kinds of services, no single mode of PPP is implemented and experimentation has been widely undertaken. PPPs pose challenges of inclusion and affordability in the health and education sectors. Significantly, the chapter also underlines that the private sector hesitates to enter partnerships where profitability is low. It concludes that the regulatory mechanisms are ineffective as conceived at present.

Keywords:   privatization, public–private partnerships, education and health services, physical infrastructure, regulatory mechanisms

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