public-private partnership (PPP), public, private business, infrastructure, social project


This article examines the scientific literature’s views, models, and shawls of public-private partnership (PPP). This research aims to formulate and present a unified scientific approach to the views and models of public-private partnership by studying and analyzing the scientific literature. In the framework of public-private partnership, in combining the efforts of the state and business, each party pursues its interests, has its own goals, and solves specific tasks. There are financial (also budget for the state), economic, social, and political benefits in implementing public-private partnerships for the public and private sectors.



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