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Economic and legal aspects of the mechanism of direction of the facilities of centralized heat and water supply and wastewater disposal

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  • I. Zapatrina

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The article considers the ways to use the mechanisms of the attraction of private business to restore the housing and public utilities infrastructure in Ukraine, in particular, creation of public companies, and transferring the facilities of centralized heat and water supply and wastewater disposal to outside management, lease, concession or contracting on joint activities. The author analyzes the world experience of the use of the above mentioned mechanisms for the modernization of the housing and public utilities infrastructure, and assesses the problems that may arise from the use of such mechanisms in Ukraine. The author defines the most acceptable and optimal, for the use In Ukraine, mechanisms of private-public partnership with regard of the urgent necessity to modernize the technically outdated public utilities. There are recommendations concerning the improvement of legal regulation in the sphere of private-public partnership.

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  • I. Zapatrina, 2013. "Economic and legal aspects of the mechanism of direction of the facilities of centralized heat and water supply and wastewater disposal," Economy and Forecasting, Valeriy Heyets, issue 1, pages 68-80.
  • Handle: RePEc:eip:journl:y:2013:i:1:p:68-80
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