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Projects of the Public-Private Partnership in the Social Sphere of the Russian Federation

Projects of the Public-Private Partnership in the Social Sphere of the Russian Federation

Journal of Economic Regulation, , Vol. 9 (no. 4),

The article reviews the public-private partnership (PPP) project development in the social sphere in the Russian Federation. It describes different approaches to the definition of the PPPs and the attributes in which they differ. The article emphasizes the specific aspects of the PPP projects implementation in social sphere dependant on heterogeneous demand, longer periods of the projects recoupment, complexity of forecasting the consumer flow and social effect assessment. It provides the examples of successful deliveries on the PPP projects and shows the potentialities and advantages of the PPP instruments application for the state and municipal bodies. One of the essential features of the PPP in social sphere is the fact that as a result of project implementation the citizens are to be provided with the statutory minimum of social services. The issues of risks and problems with PPP projects implementation in the sphere of public healthcare and social security hold a specific place. The statistics of PPP projects implementation by the areas of business activity, federal districts, levels, forms and phases of their execution are analyzed. The practical aspects of PPP projects implementation in social sphere of the Russian Federation by the areas of business activity, federal districts, levels, forms and phases of their execution are given consideration to. The government regulations aimed at creation and implementation of PPP projects in social sphere are attended to. The conditions of successful and effective collaboration of the government with the private sector through PPPs are described.


Keywords: public-private partnership; social sphere; social services, regulation, concession

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