ISSN 2409-7616

Androsova I.V., Nepochatykh O.Yu., Aseeva O.Yu., Chen Chao, Simonenko E.S.


UDC 334.021


Androsova I.V.1 (Kursk, Russia Federation) –, Nepochatykh O.Yu.1 (Kursk, Russia Federation) –, Aseeva O.Yu.2 (Kursk, Russia Federation) –, Chen Chao3,4 (Dalian, Chinese People’s Republic) –, Simonenko E.S.1 (Kursk, Russia Federation) –

1Southwestern State University

2Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation

3Shandong Jiaotong University

4Dalian University of Technology

Abstract. Currently, the use of public-private partnership (PPP) has proven to be a fairly effective form of long-term interaction between the state and business. The involvement of public-private partnerships in business practice makes it possible to reduce the budget burden and stimulate the socio-economic development of the state. According to the results of the implementation of public-private partnership projects, the state receives a functioning facility with lower costs, and the business gets the opportunity to earn through its further operation. The purpose of this article is to summarize the practical experience of implementing public-private partnership projects and identify strategic directions for their development, taking into account the support from the state. Achieving the set goal in the study is possible when solving such tasks as: studying the relationship between the concept of public-private partnership and strategic planning documents; analyzing the experience of public-private partnership, taking into account the complex geopolitical situation and the sanctions impact; definition of strategic directions of public-private partnership, corresponding to the targets fixed in strategic documents. The article uses general scientific methods of analysis and synthesis, as well as the method of graphical interpretation of the results. The data of specialized Internet sites; periodical press materials; program-target documents were used as the research base. The results of the study are the generalization and systematization of the practice of public-private partnership development in modern conditions. Strategic directions for the development of public-private partnership aimed at stimulating the state socio-economic policy in the context of the implementation of projects in infrastructure industries and spheres of public life are identified and formulated. Work within the framework of the identified areas will allow popularizing the implementation of projects based on the principles of public-private partnership.

Keywords: public-private partnership, strategic directions, transformation of the economy, infrastructure projects, sanctions.


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Androsova I.V., Nepochatykh O.Yu., Aseeva O.Yu., Chen Chao, Simonenko E.S. Strategic directions for the development of public-private partnership in a transformational economy. CITISE, 2022, no. 3, pp. 259-269. DOI: