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Public-Private Partnerships in Cultural Heritage Policy: Russian and International Experience

Student: Kristina Leonova

Supervisor: Yury Borisovich Fogelson

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Political Analysis and Public Policy (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2017

The cultural sector offers an awesome and unexplored potential for partnerships. Partnerships in cultural area can connect the subsidizing crevice of public elements, give opportunities to the private sector, yet require earth and socially stable methodologies that regard and advantage nearby groups. Such associations require the improvement of national legitimate, institutional, arrangement and managerial empowering situations, and offer chances to create limits, exchange of information and greatness, and encourage business enterprise. In which ways would we be able to make win-win inventive, maintainable and impartial organizations between private and public actors?

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