Article name Socio-Economic Effects оf Public-Private Partnership Infrastructure Projects: the Piers System and Russian Practice
Authors Malysheva T.E. Assistant Professor, Innovative Economics department,
Malysheva E.E. Financial Analyst, ,
Bibliographic description Malysheva T. E., Malysheva E. E. Socio-Economic Effects of Infrastructure Projects of Public-Private Partnership: System piers and Russian Practice // Transbaikal State University Journal. 2024. Vol. 30, no. 2. P. 102–116. DOI: 10.2109/2227-9245-2024-30-2-102-116.
Category Economy
DOI 336.23
DOI 10.2109/2227-9245-2024-30-2-102-116
Article type Original article
Annotation The paper examines the effects arising from the implementation of infrastructure projects through public-private partnerships. The relevance of the work is reflected in the consideration of PPP projects from the point of view of compliance with the goals of sustainable development: this approach correlates with the people-first PPP concept proposed by the UN, according to which PPP projects should become an important tool for achieving sustainability. The program of construction of university campuses under the National Project \"Science and Universities\", which involves the construction of social infrastructure, has been chosen as an industry for a more in-depth study. The object of the study is the socio-economic effects of Russian PPP projects. The research objective is as follows: to assess the degree of inclusion of sustainability issues in the process of selection for PPP projects for implementation in Russia. The objectives of the study are: to analyze the formal requirements of Russian legislation for the assessment of socio-economic effects of PPP projects in general and in the campus development industry in particular; to identify the main effects mentioned in the implementation of various PPP projects; to assess the formal requirements for the degree of compliance with the objectives of sustainable development, as well as the criteria of the PIERS system developed with the support of the United Nations. The example of the Chizhik tramway is considered as a successful PPP market project. The methods of comparative analysis, comparison and generalization, transferring the experience of foreign countries to the situation in Russia are used. As a result, the superficiality of requirements to the socio-economic effects of PPP projects and insufficiency of their assessment in terms of impact on possible stakeholders have been revealed; the current development of the Russian PPP market does not fully meet the SDGs and UN recommendations.
Key words public-private partnerships, infrastructure projects, sustainable development goals, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe Public-Private Partnerships and Infrastructure Evaluation and Rating System, sustainable development, national projects, socio-economic effects, campuses, efficiency, system of indicators
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