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dc.description.abstractPro-poor public private partnerships (PPPs), whereby not only the public and private but the poor are partners in public service delivery, have emerged as a new paradigm to supply renewable energy in rural areas, where the majority of the consumers are poor. As a best practice of a pro-poor PPP, China’s Renewable Energy Development Project (REDP) provides a useful framework for analyzing the capacity of a pro-poor PPP to provide public service. An institutional analysis of the REDP reveals that a multi-stakeholder partnership between governmental, local and other international organizations may alleviate poverty and achieve rural development outcomes. The findings largely confirm Van Gestel et al.’s proposition that for a pro-poor PPP to work effectively in the public interest, hierarchical, market and network mechanisms must achieve synergy with one another. It also highlights the necessity of taking into consideration two antecedents of PPP governance-complexity and government capacity.;친빈곤층 민관협력(pro-poor public private partnership) 모델은 공공부문과 민간부문, 빈곤계층 등이 함께 공공서비스 공급사업의 파트너를 구성하는 협력 방식을 말한다. 이러한 협력 방식은 최근 시골 지역(대부분 빈곤층 소비자로 구성)의 신재생에너지 공급에 있어서 새로운 패러다임으로 부상하고 있다. 중국의 신재생에너지 개발 프로젝트(Renewable Energy Development Project)는 친빈곤층 민관협력의 성공적인 사례로서 매우 유용한 공공서비스 역량분석 대상이다. REDP에 대한 제도분석(institutional analysis) 결과에 의하면 빈곤 퇴치와 농촌 개발은 궁극적으로 정부, 지역, 국제기구 등의 다중 파트너쉽(multi-stakeholder partnership)을 통해 가능하다. 따라서, 친빈곤층 민관협력을 통한 공공서비스 공급의 효과적 기능은 계급, 시장, 네트워크 메커니즘 등의 시너지효과에 의해 결정된다는 이론적 명제(Van Gestel 외)가 검증되었다. 특히 민관협력의 두 가지 선결요건 -복합성(complexity) 및 정부 역량-은 반드시 고려되어야 하는 요소라는 점이 확인되었다.-
dc.description.tableofcontentsI. Introduction 1 II. Literature Review 5 A. Public Private Partnerships 5 B. New Public Management 12 C. Governance 15 D. Pro-poor Public Private Partnerships 17 III. Methodology 27 A. Research Design 27 B. Data Collection and Analysis 30 IV. Review of Rural Electrification in China 32 A. Status 33 B. Sources of Energy Supply 36 1. Grid-based electricity 36 2. Off-grid or decentralized electricity 38 C. Institutional Characteristics 39 1. Process 39 2. Governance 42 V. Chinas Renewable Energy Development Project 44 A. Background 44 B. Project Characteristics 45 C. Outcome 51 1. Lower cost and better technology 51 2. Expansion of energy access 54 3. Enhanced distribution networks 56 4. Improved economic competiveness 58 D. Impact on the Rural Poor 58 VI. Analysis of the Renewable Energy Development Project 59 A. Institutional Analysis of the REDP 59 1. Relationships among stakeholders 60 2. Effects of decentralization and institutional reform 62 B. Governance of pro-poor PPPs 64 1. Success factors 64 2. Challenges 67 3. Network management analysis 69 4. New public management analysis 70 5. Implications for management of a pro-poor PPP 72 VII. Conclusion 73 VIII. Policy recommendations 75 Bibliography 81 Abstract (in Korean) 91-
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dc.publisher이화여자대학교 국제대학원-
dc.titlePublic private partnerships to expand renewable energy access for the rural poor-
dc.typeMaster's Thesis-
dc.title.subtitleLessons from China's Renewable Energy Development Project (1999-2007)-
dc.creator.othernamePark, Seo Hyun-
dc.format.pagevii, 91 p.-
dc.contributor.examinerWilloughby, Heather-
dc.identifier.major국제대학원 국제학과- 2-
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