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Author Mouraviev, Nikolai
Title Public-private partnerships [electronic resource] : policy and governance challenges facing Kazakhstan and Russia / by Nikolai Mouraviev, Nada K. Kakabadse
Imprint London : Palgrave Macmillan UK : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017
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Descript xvi, 240 p. : ill., digital ; 24 cm
Note Introduction -- Chapter 1 PPP meanings and forms: A critical appraisal -- Chapter 2 Internal and external PPP drivers in Kazakhstan and Russia -- Chapter 3 Why Partnerships? The approaches in Kazakhstan and Russia -- Chapter 4 PPPs in Kazakhstan and Russia: The nature and scope of government involvement -- Chapter 5 Concessions: PPP path-finder -- Chapter 6 Partner interaction dynamics and PPP organisational forms -- Chapter 7 PPP risk management: Management of financial and revenue risks and an emergent guarantee culture in public-private partnerships in Kazakhstan and Russia -- Chapter 8 Case study: Legal and regulatory barriers to effective public-private partnership governance in Kazakhstan -- Chapter 9 Case study: How experiential learning facilitates the formation of a public-private partnership in Russia -- Chapter 10 The role of public-private partnerships in disaster risk management in infrastructure -- Chapter 11 -- PPP contribution to sustainable development: Externalities -- Chapter 12 An emergent PPP policy paradigm -- Conclusion
This innovative new book examines government approaches to Public-private partnership (PPP) formation. It explores the management experience and challenges that key stakeholders involved in PPP governance face in Russia and Kazakhstan. An increasingly common method of delivering public services, PPP deployment in these two countries is still in its infancy, beginning only in 2005. Public-Private Partnerships highlights how the governments of Russia and Kazakhstan understand the nature of partnerships, which contextual features drive PPP formation and why these two nations have selected concession as the principal PPP form. The contributors provide comprehensive coverage of the management issues that present challenges in PPP delivery, including partner interaction concerns, opportunistic behaviour and approaches to risk management. The authors also discuss the legal and regulatory impediments to PPP development and the PPP critical success factors
Host Item Springer eBooks
Subject Public-private sector cooperation -- Russia (Federation)
Public-private sector cooperation -- Kazakhstan
Public administration -- Russia (Federation)
Public administration -- Kazakhstan
Political Science and International Relations
Political Economy
Economic Policy
Industrial Organization
Alt Author Kakabadse, Nada K
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