Public-Private Partnership - A Strategic Approach Of Public Services Management
Public-private partnership is a solution in the management of public services by government authorities. Often faced with budget restrictions and laws limits, the administration was asked to address the problem of investments to develop local communities. In this issue has been addressed collaboration between public and private sector through partnerships. In states with tradition, including France, Britain, Spain, United States was demonstrated that the risks and benefits are shared between partner, and development of projects through public-private partnerships have a real chance of success. This paper proposes an analysis of the types of partnerships used their characteristic, the advantages and disadvantages to their use. Are envisaged the partnership agreements of states which has been adopted, aiming at finding solutions to their implementation in Romania.
Volume (Year): 2011SE (2011)
Issue (Month): (july)
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