The Success Factor of Public-Private Partnerships in Malaysia and Nigeria's Housing Sectors

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Abdullahi Y.M
Anuar A.


The use of public-private partnership (PPP) strategies in the delivery of public works projects has grown in
popularity as an alternative delivery model, although its implementation has met with inconsistent success.
Numerous studies have linked the effectiveness of public-private partnerships (PPPs) to the unique
characteristics of various administrative environments. This comparative research used a case study
technique to analyze the similarities and contrasts between the essential elements that determine the success
of public-private partnership (PPP) housing projects in Malaysia and Nigeria. However, whereas ‘equitable
risk allocation', ‘stable political system', and ‘reputable developer' are the most key success variables in
Nigeria, ‘action against errant developer', ‘consistent monitoring, and homebuyer demands' are still the most
crucial success aspects in Malaysia, according to the research. The results contribute to a better understanding
of the environmental factors that affect the relative relevance of CSFs in public-private partnerships in
underdeveloped countries.


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