Sustainability In Delivering a Successful Public-Private Partnerships Projects in Malaysia

Mohd. Aris Nur Azlinda, Nasruddin Ellisha, Yunieta Anny NainggolanNainggolan, Mustafa Muhammad Hadry


This article examines deeply into public-private partnership (PPP) projects in Malaysia, particularly from the perspective of government officials who play a significant role in decision-making. The main goal is to improve comprehension and identify solutions that are crucial to the successful completion of these efforts. In the context of Malaysia's goal of sustainable development, the study serves as a specialized guide for government officials participating in PPP development. The research analyzes the creative integration of sustainability concepts into Malaysia's theoretical framework of PPPs, which is supported by a conceptual framework of PPP Sustainability Evaluation based on system thinking. Examining project lifecycles, the study emphasizes the importance of stakeholders; the government, corporate organizations, and the public, focusing on Social, Economic, and Environmental Sustainability as critical pillars in conducting PPP projects. Emphasizing the three pillars of sustainability emerges as a crucial approach for promoting good governance in Malaysia's PPP projects.

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