This article examines the public–private partnerships' (PPPs') processes, governance structures, financing, and promotion strategies through tax increment reinvestment zones' (TIRZs') provision in various projects and their impacts in the City of Houston, Texas. In conclusion, the analysis delineates the policy implication of using PPPs or TIRZs as a government reinvention tool in public service delivery in the 21st century and recommends how to implement successful partnerships.
- public–private partnerships,
- tax increment reinvestment zones,
- tax increment financing,
- economic development,
- property tax increment fund
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