Chapter 12: PPI institutional design, form and functions
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Chapter 12 reviews PPI institutional design concepts including the importance of founding documents, clear articulation of intended legal entity type, rights and responsibilities, governance and operational organs, funding instruments and sources, wind-down and transition matters and the importance of risk management. Standardizing PPI legal forms through treaty, recognition agreements and legislation may help create legal entity vehicles to support self-governing systems and partnership mechanisms. A multidisciplinary approach is proposed for PPI institutional design exercises.

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