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Policy Research Working Papers
Public infrastructure has long been faced with difficulty in financing. Available public resources are often limited in many countries. Competitive bidding in public procurement systems is an important instrument to contain the public investment costs. But competition is often limited in the infrastructure sector. In such circumstances, better public procurement design can save a lot of public resources. There is a general tradeoff between the competition effect and economies of scale anddoi:10.1596/1813-9450-4854 fatcat:mnbuzotejrb27deks3ujfg5wja