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Factors of Successful Development of Public-Private Partnership in Russian Regions

Student: Liubov Shmatinina

Supervisor: Anna Tarasenko

Faculty: Saint-Petersburg School of Social Sciences and Area Studies

Educational Programme: Politics and Governance (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2017

This final qualifying work examines the development of relations between the state and business through such framework as public-private partnership (PPP), which has developed only in the last few years and is quite a new phenomenon for Russia, which characterizes the processes of expansion and complication of interaction between the state and business. In complex political and socio-economic conditions, the PPP mechanism becomes an instrument allowing to realize the most effective combination of interests of the state, business and society. The purpose of this research is to study the conditions for the development of the PPP mechanism and to identify factors that influence the successful implementation of public-private partnerships in the regions of Russia. The object of the research is the mechanism of public-private partnership in the regions of Russia. The subject of the research is the factors that influence the successful implementation of public-private partnership projects in the regions of Russia. Graduation qualification work consists of an introduction, three chapters, conclusion, a list of sources and bibliography. The first chapter examines the content and main characteristics of public-private partnerships, the typology of PPP implementation forms and the current state of the PPP in Russia. The second chapter provides theoretical conceptualization of state-business interaction through PPP and a review of the study of the conditions for the successful development of PPPs in Russia. The third chapter is devoted to the identification of factors that influence the successful implementation of PPP projects, based on the correlation analysis and analysis of selected regional examples, including both the most successful and the listing regions in terms of the level of PPP development. The total amount of work is 93 pages. The illustrative material includes 6 figures, 3 tables. The list of sources and bibliography is presented by 73 items.

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