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2017, vol. 14, br. 1, str. 117-132
Analiza projekata javno-privatnog partnerstva u Srbiji
aFaculty for Economics 'Dositej', Belgrade + Center for Public-Private Partnership, Belgrade
bDžon Nezbit Univerzitet, Beograd

e-adresaadm.tfc@gmail.com, mminic@naisbitt.edu.rs, sv.milovanovic@institution.rs
Ključne reči: Javno-privatno partnerstvo (JPP); zemlje Zapadnog Balkana; projekat; privreda; razvoj
Sažetak
Koncept javno-privatnog partnerstva (JPP) (Javno-privatno partnerstvo - JPP) u poslednjih nekoliko decenija postali su veoma poželjan način finansiranja izgradnje, održavanja i funkcionisanja javne infrastrukture i pružanja javnih usluga, aktivnosti koje tradicionalno pripadaju u javnom sektoru. Potreba za stalnim poboljšanjem javnih usluga i nedostatka sredstava, tako da je JPP mogući način rešavanja problema razvoja finansiranja. U zemljama u tranziciji, poput Srbije, posebno tokom perioda recesije i fiskalnih ograničenja, JPP dobija ili bi bar trebalo da dobije na značaju. Da li će to biti koncept JPP koji će se koristiti u željenom meri zavisi od velikog broja veoma različitih faktora, kao što su: karakteristike privatnog sektora, političkog okruženja, ekonomske politike, tržišnih uslova, makroekonomske stabilnosti, institucionalnog okvira, kvalitet pravnog sistema. Uticaj nekih od ovih faktora na JPP će se analizirati u ovom radu sa posebnom pažnjom na pravni aspekt koji prestavlja osnovu uspešnog partnerstva.
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jezik rada: engleski
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DOI: 10.5937/MegRev1701117D
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