Analysis of Nanjing River Treatment Based on PPP


  • Wang Howard UWCCSC
  • Hongying Ji Mentor, China House



Nanjing, Water pollution, PPP model


The PPP model is an essential tool to understand how different stakeholders cooperate and their respective roles in river management in Nanjing. This article adopts a qualitative research approach to do research design and uses semi-structured interviews to collect data. After analyzing, we find that the government, enterprise, and NGOs work together collaboratively to achieve a win-win situation within the PPP model. Although NGOs are not included in the original PPP model, in our study, we found that in the practice of river management in Nanjing, NGOs served asa bridge, connecting the public and private sectors.


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How to Cite

Howard, W., & Ji, H. (2021). Analysis of Nanjing River Treatment Based on PPP. Journal of Student Research, 10(3).



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