The construction and provision of infrastructure services is often based on a partnership between public and private sector under a framework of Public Private Partnerships (PPPs). This type of partnership has been employed in Poland since 2009._Though public-private partnerships in Poland are a relatively young and promising investment model, they are still poorly developed. As a result, only a small numer of projects (20%) managed to get funding.

Given this observation, the objective of this paper is to examine how economic and political characteristics contribute to the success of PPPs. We examine a database with PPP projects using a generalized linear model in the form of a logit model in order to find out what factors exerts impact on PPPs success in Poland.