ISSN 2409-7616

Trapeznikova I.S., Tselikhina I.V.



UDC 332.02

Trapeznikova I.S.1 (Kemerovo, Russian Federation) – E-mail:, Tselikhina I.V.1 (Kemerovo, Russian Federation) – E-mail:

1Kemerovo State University

Abstract. The article deals with the use of public-private partnership tools to attract private partner investments in environmental projects implemented in territories with a developed coal mining industry. Based on the fundamental principles of sustainable socio-economic development, the authors suggest the need to redistribute social investments in the direction of reducing the financial burden on regional budgets. In the final part of the article, variants of agreements between the regional authorities and coal mining enterprises are proposed, taking into account the adjustment of the existing regulatory framework.

Keywords: public-private partnerships, social investments, allocation of responsibility, sustainable development of the regions.


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For citation:

Trapeznikova I.S., Tselikhina I.V. Public-private partnership as a coordinating tool for the interests of the coal mining business and the requirements for the sustainable development. CITISE, 2021, no. 1, pp.393-400. DOI: