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Public–private partnerships in Kazakhstan and Russia: the interplay between social value, entrepreneurship and sustainability

Mouraviev, N. and Kakabadse, N. K. (2016) Public–private partnerships in Kazakhstan and Russia: the interplay between social value, entrepreneurship and sustainability. In: Nicolopoulou, K., Karatas-Ozkan, M., Janssen, F. and Jermier, J. (eds.) Sustainable Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 306-319. ISBN 9781138812666

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Abstract/Summary

Although public-private partnerships (PPPs) are new in Kazakhstan and Russia, governments are actively pursuing PPP deployment in transportation, urban infrastructure and the social sector. To bridge the conceptual gap between PPPs' low value for money and efforts aimed at extensive partnership implementation, the government needs to promote PPP social value. It includes creation of competitive and sustainable entrepreneurial environment that serves PPP supply chain, smaller government sector's scope and greater environmental sustainability. The chapter investigates why and how PPPs are associated with these elements of social value. Due to its long-term significance to society, the PPP capacity to create social value outweighs PPP costs and provides strong justification for accelerated PPP development by advancing sustainable entrepreneurship.

Item Type:Book or Report Section
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Henley Business School > Marketing and Reputation
ID Code:68906
Publisher:Routledge

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