PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS (PPPS) IN HOUSING PROVISION IN OGUN STATE, NIGERIA: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES
There is a consensus among housing experts and policy makers that there are not enough resources for government alone to address growing urban housing challenges in many developing countries. Consequently, a paradigm shift from government provision to partnerships between the public and private sectors is advocated. The study examined the prospects and challenges of Public-Private Partnerships...
Eziyi O. Ibem1 and Egidario B. Aduwo
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