An exploration of the link between the operational structure and outcomes of public-private partnership (PPP) in Urban housing in Nigeria.
Since 2002 when public-private partnership (PPP) was formally introduced in Nigeria as one of the options for public housing delivery, various public agencies in the country have developed urban housing schemes using this strategy. However, there is a limited understanding of the operational structure of PPP in housing in this country. This study therefore examined the operational structure and...
Published at Ibem, E.O, Aduwo, E. B., Alagbe, O. A.
Published in 2015
Ibem, E.O, Aduwo, E. B., Alagbe, O. A.
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