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Public-Private Partnership Under the Legal System re. Private Sector Participation in the Transformation of Kaohsiung Old Port Area:
A Case Study on the Public-Private Partnership Mode of Penglai Commercial Port
Public-Private Partnership（PPP）,Private Participation in Infrastructure Projects,Integration Policy of Commercial Port and the City,Revitalization of Idle Assets,Transformation of Kaohsiung Old Port Area,
|Publication Year :||2020|
In 2020, Taiwan has become a paradigm for COVID-19 pandemic control in the world. The key to success is not only to gain the experience from the previous SARS battle, but also to establish a Public-Private Partnership between the public and the private sectors to stabilize the price and supply of clinical masks. Accordingly, a good Public-Private Partnership indeed is obviously beneficial to the state governance.
For the purpose of development and transformation of the Kaohsiung Old Port Area, the division governance model of 'Kaohsiung Port' and 'Kaohsiung City' in the past dragged the overall urban development, which does not meet the strong expectations from citizen’s demand on the public service. Currently, the most important thing for Kaohsiung City Government is to integrate the administrative resources of the central sectors and to combine the public/private sectors so as to set up a new multi-governance network to introduce the cultural characteristics from local and industrial. As such, the provision of public services can be more efficiently to meet the local demand.
However, since the complete integration of “Kaohsiung Port” and “Kaohsiung City” in 2017, there has been only one successful case of the transformation of Kaohsiung Port Warehouse No. 2 that is under the self-operated model by the public sector. Under the circumstance of rapid change in the commercial port function, the financial distress government desperately eagers to introduce funds from private sectors to promote the development and public constructions, but the outcomes are not satisfied in view of the Kaohsiung Old Port Area.
Under the Public-Private Partnership mode, the research attempts to start and discuss from the internal management measures formulated by the public sector, to approach the private sector participation in the transformation of Kaohsiung Old Port Area. The research also attempts to create a first-hand literature through a case study on the public-private partnership mode of Penglai Commercial Port based on the fieldwork experience and data analysis.
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