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Title: Social And Private Partnership Through Contractual Arrangement
Authors: Berkalov, Sergey Vitalievich
Kiseleva, Elena Stanislavovna
Keywords: public-private partnership; financing; social partnership; regularities of the development of PPP; партнерство; финансирование; социальное партнерство; государственно-частное партнерство
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Future Academy
Citation: Berkalov S. V. Social And Private Partnership Through Contractual Arrangement / S. V. Berkalov, E. S. Kiseleva // The European Proceedings of Social & Behavioural Sciences (EpSBS). — 2018. — Vol. 38 : Lifelong Wellbeing in the World (WELLSO 2017) : IV International Scientific Symposium, 11-15 September 2017, Tomsk, Russian Federation : [proceedings]. — [P. 48-56].
Abstract: The article reveals some aspects concerning the categorical certainty of the concept of "public - private partnership (PPP)". Contemporary forms and mechanisms of the organization of public -private partnership have a long-term historical development both in Russia and abroad. The sources of the interaction between business and authority, in its modern sense, are traced in Russia even in the second half of the 17th century. The evolution of SPP beginning from the period of formation of Ancient Russia and up to the present moment is studied. Particular attention is paid to the consideration of modern problems in the sphere of implementing the directions of social partnership, in particular, the contractual arrangement. Key elements of the social partnership system in the Russian Federation are also analyzed. As a result of the study mutual dependencies and regularities of the development of SPP are determined; the generalized characteristic of each historical stage of the interaction is given; the basic forms, as well as mechanisms and conditions of the interaction are singled out retrospectively.
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