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Is Cross-sectoral Partnership An Inhibitor or Catalyst for Sustainable Urban Development?

ФИО студента: Klimova Irina

Руководитель: Vladimir Benevolenski

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Social Sciences

Программа: Public Administration (Bachelor)

Год защиты: 2020

Researchers have claimed that cross-sectoral partnership is a growing mechanism to allocate resources more effectively and to benefit at most from the potential of the state, private sector and civil society. This research is aimed to determine how intersectoral collaboration effects sustainable development of the cities. The main research question is whether more intense partnership between the state, businesses and non-profit organizations causes positive or negative influence on cities, and their sustainability. The analysis is based on theoretical international framework, and empirical qualitative research through the example or the case of Tula. The results indicate that intersectoral partnership is indeed positively influencing sustainable development of the city, and on that basis, a set of recommendations for local stakeholders willing to create and develop cross-sectoral projects is prepared.

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