ISSN: 2410-8367 (print), 2412-866X (online)

Public-Private Partnership

Peer-rewieved journal. Published in Russian.

Volume 4, Number 2 (April-June 2017)

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Atambaev Kadyrbek Almazbekovich, ( MGIMO University of the MFA of Russia)

 State Entrepreneurship: innovation policy and Public-Private Partnership mechanisms

75-92

The purpose of this article is to disprove a common opinion that the state should not interfere in the innovation process, which should be developed spontaneously, by the will of the market. The historical analysis of the industrial policy of the “Asian tigers” and high-tech (innovation) US policy shows that almost all key industries and elements of the national innovation ecosystem of these states are the result of the state intervention. In other words, the government opens and “creates” markets, and not simply regulates them. The Entrepreneurial State is the main engine of innovations.

Dunaev Oleg Igorevich, (Expert Development Strategies Group)
Nagornov Vitaliy Aleksandrovich, (Expert Development Strategies Group)

 Harmonization of corporate social responsibility practices in order to achieve sustainable development goals

93-102

This article suggests the main necessity criteria for harmonization corporate social responsibility (CSR) with the sustainable development goals (SDGs). Along with assessment of the impact of CSR in the external environment of the organization on socio-economic development, the study allows to take a fresh look at the role of the private sector in achieving the SDGs. Using the analysis of the practices the authors give recommendations on the implementation of the SDGs in CSR programs and suggest further managerial recommendations for stakeholders involved in international development cooperation.

Ostrovskaya Elena Aleksandrovna, ( MGIMO University of the MFA of Russia)

 Corporate social responsibility: development in Russia in the new economic conditions

103-110

The article considers the development of corporate social responsibility in the West and in Russia by the example of large, medium and small-sized business companies. We note that there are a number of certain barriers and obstacles in Russia, which do not allow CSR to develop successfully and to achieve indicators of Western companies. Today only large companies have the opportunity to successfully implement CSR principles and standards. However, Russian companies should take CSRs more seriously in order to achieve successful development in the international arena and to enter new markets. This requires not only the desire of companies, but also state’s support and cooperation between companies.

Krykanov Dmitriy Dmitrievich, (Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO))

 Feasibility study of public-private partnership projects: analysis of Russian and international practices

111-130

The article considers the feasibility study which is a part of the efficiency assessment of public-private partnership programs. We consider this type of assessment as a form of benchmarking of foreign practices of foreign countries with a developed institution of public-private partnership. We present the feasibility study in the most scaling format of its application considering all the factors that are taken into account by the public partner in the process of consideration of the project proposal. Each element of the assessment is reviewed from the perspective of its application abroad and we give step-by-step recommendations for its implementation. We pay special attention to ecological and social feasibility studies because of the high risks associated with these factors. At the same time these factors are least susceptible to quantitative analysis and are least studied in the Russian practice of public-private partnership.

Patrunina Kseniya Andreevna , (Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO))

 Tools and new forms of public-private partnership towards implementation of corporate social responsibility of business: social impact bonds, social investment, public-social-private partnership

131-146

Public-private partnership and corporate social responsibility while achieving a common goal – the public good – can help the state in solving social problems. A common approach to the definition of corporate social responsibility does not exist; as a result, public-private partnership can become one of the development directions of this notion. Corporate social responsibility funds can be attracted for public-private partnership projects, thereby creating new forms of cooperation between the state, society and the private sector, such as social investment, social impact bonds and public-social-private partnership. Consolidation of private and public sector resources in public interest using public-private partnership tools contributes to the harmonization of interests and solving social problems. Within the frames of these interactions the state fulfills its social functions in terms of the budget deficit, business conducts corporate social responsibility program even in terms of reduced funds and opportunities and the society receives tangible benefits.

Glushko Yuliya Vladimirovna, (Institute of Economics and Management (a division) of the Federal State Autonomous Educational Institution of Higher Education «Crimean Federal University named after V.I. Vernadsky». Republic of Crimea, Simferopol )
Kolodina Natalya Vitalevna, (Institute of Economics and Management (a division) of the Federal State Autonomous Educational Institution of Higher Education «Crimean Federal University named after V.I. Vernadsky». Republic of Crimea, Simferopol )

 Characteristics of public-private partnership in education in Russia and abroad

147-154

The article considers the main types of public-private partnership, peculiarities of interaction forms between the public sector and business structures in the sphere of education in Russia and abroad; private sector participation in infrastructure projects; interaction between the public sector, business structures, research organizations in innovations. We give recommendations on the extension of the application of the mechanism of interaction between the public and private sectors in domestic practice.

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 Отзыв на издание «Государственно-частное партнерство: мировой опыт и правовое регулирование в Российской Федерации»

155-156

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