The concept of ''infrastructure'' itself, has a class dimension.
Public Private Partnership (PPP) is the new matra for infrastructure development in India. It is argued in official circles that this model is efficient and can solve the problem of infrastructure for the country. Amitayu Sen Gupta provides a theoretical critique of PPP.
The many arguments offered in support of Public Private Partnerships don't stand up to close examination. The private sector is not more efficient than its public counterpart, nor is cheap money accessible to it as readily, write Shripad Dharmadhikary and Gaurav Dwivedi for India Together.