Public-Private Partnerships: Does Russian Practice Follow International Experience?
State-private partnership as one of the common formats of interaction between government and business.
The article is devoted to the analysis of current changes in the legislative base, the identification of relevant approaches to assessing the economic effects for stakeholders, as well as the construction of financial models in the framework of the implementation of agreements on public-private partnership. The article presents the result of testing the financial model that we propose, which can be used in concession agreements.
The article analyzes the legal framework and development trends of this form of interaction. We propose to consider and evaluate PPP projects from the point of view of 3 aspects: organizational, methodological and managerial (stakeholder). By stakeholders, we understand individuals and / or legal entities that are directly or indirectly interested in the results of the project.
Modern methods for assessing risks, benefits and effects for various stakeholders of projects implemented in the form of PPP are considered. For each of the stakeholders, we can identify the effects that they can evaluate in the process of analyzing projects implemented in the form of a public-private partnership. By effects, we understand the quantitative and qualitative results of a project that can be identified and, as a rule, measured.
It is suggested authors’ approach to building a financial model and evaluating the effects of PPP projects. The article describes the algorithm for building a financial model, and also presents the author’s approach to the assessment of the integral effect, taking into account the complex structure of the partnership participants.