Published in «Public-Private Partnership»3 / 2017
DOI: 10.18334/ppp.4.3.38448

Corporate Social Responsibility in the implementation of Public-Private Partnership projects

Patrunina Kseniya Andreevna, MGIMO University of the MFA of Russia, Russia

Корпоративная социальная ответственность в реализации проектов государственно-частного партнерства - View in Russian

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The article studies the evolution of the concept of corporate social responsibility and its application in public-private partnership programs. Corporate social responsibility has gone through several stages of reinterpretation in management. Though today an obsolete approach to this concept of corporate social responsibility as an instrument of charity still prevails in Russia. We think that transition to a concept of mutually beneficial cooperation between private companies and the public sector is crucial today. Such cooperation is called social public-private partnership (SPPP). One of the common problems of social projects is a lack of private donations within the framework of CSR. At the same time CSR is a necessary condition for international listing of the organization. This problem can be solved through consideration of public-private partnership as a model of interaction between the state and business in activities within CSR.


corporate social responsibility, public-private partnership, social policy

JEL-Classification: G34, L32, M14

Patrunina K.A. (2017). Corporate Social Responsibility in the implementation of Public-Private Partnership projects [Korporativnaya sotsialnaya otvetstvennosty v realizatsii proektov gosudarstvenno-chastnogo partnerstva]. Public-Private Partnership, 4(3). (in Russian). – doi: 10.18334/ppp.4.3.38448.

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