Regional Models on Managing the Public-Private Partnership Projects in Housing and Communal Complex

Authors

  • Kristina E. Filushina
  • Julia A. Kolyhaeva
  • Nikolay N. Minaev
  • Olga I. Dobrynina
  • Julia A. Merkuleva

Abstract

Due to the crisis in Russia and the lack of sufficient financial resources, the problem of interaction between the state and the subjects of housing and communal services in the regions is rather urgent and requires an elaboration of an effective management model of public-private partnerships. The purpose of this article is to develop a management model of public-private partnership in the housing and utilities sector. Using econometric analysis methods, authors of this paper have analyzed regional projects of public-private partnership in housing and communal complex. The basic models and mechanisms of interaction were identified, a new scheme of interaction between the subjects of public-private partnerships were developed. These developments can be applied in the territorial and sectoral planning scheme, as well as in regional development programs of various regions. The significance of this article is defined by the fact that applying the developed models of public-private partnerships the responsibilities and risks between the subjects of PPP projects can be divided. Increased interaction with the state will increase the number of social projects, enable to extend the implementation of existing projects, as well as give financial stability of the newly created infrastructural projects and provide them with the necessary governmental guarantees.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n3s5p55

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Published

2015-06-13

How to Cite

Filushina, K. E., Kolyhaeva, J. A., Minaev, N. N., Dobrynina, O. I., & Merkuleva, J. A. (2015). Regional Models on Managing the Public-Private Partnership Projects in Housing and Communal Complex. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 6(3 S5), 55. Retrieved from https://www.richtmann.org/journal/index.php/mjss/article/view/6751