Local Policy For Neutralization Of Conflictsin The Project Of Development Of Public-Private Partnership
In this paper to work out a problem of neutralization of conflicts in the project of development publicprivate partnership in the domain of establishment, development and management of modern industrial infrastructure. The starting thesis is that of this conflicts to be necessary to treat a primarily as an internal (local) phenomenon while socio economic rigidity of outside (regional, national and international) surroundings are dealt with as exogenous variables. In keeping with this, an the basis of analysis the experiences in the realization of a neo-liberal concept of a local strategy for overcoming consequences of transition depression in the community of Indija are presented on the grounds of creating favourable infrastructural conditions for (external) private investments in the new industries, to give the authors view for solution of this problem. Discussed materials are divided into four parts. In the first part is, an generalization the events in the community of Indija, to work the basic challenges and obstacles with which investment of private capital in the new industries in the conditions of high degree of institutional disorder in national socioeconomic surroundings and vague and no transparent policy for protection of public interests. In the second part is, an analysis the experiences in the community of Indija, to prepare the model for functioning of urban governance and production of public goods in the regime of public service, as the only realistic decision for to exceed the consequence of high degree of institutional disorder and vague and no transparent policy for protection of public interests. In the third part a accent is an the analysis of causes, consequences and the manner for removing conflicts in the process of preparation and implementation of the local project for public-private partnership in the domain of establishment, development and management of modern industrial infrastructure. In the fourth part is to give the author's vision of the problem associated with the constitution and work of local regulatory institutions to be responsible for protection of the public interest in implemented projects of public-private partnership.
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