This section looks at the main reasons why stakeholders decide to do a PPD. For the governments, PDD can help them prioritize, whereas for entrepreneurs it can increase competitiveness. PPDs can generate regulatory payoffs, especially the policy reforms that it can precipitate. Another reason why people may want to engage through PPD is that some businesses come to invest in communities and want to manage potential risks while investing in these communities. Moreover, PPD can help expand the space for viable reforms.
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