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Sustainable Development Goals for Developing Economies and Public-Private Partnership

Irina Zapatrina

The objective of the article is to analyze possibilities to enhance the approaches to technical assistance of international institutions for developing economies in the context of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development based on Public-Private Partnership (PPP). The study looks into reasons for applying the PPP model in light of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), new challenges and peculiarities of PPPs-for-SDGs models on emerging markets and offers views on developing SDGs implementing mechanisms of the new 2030 Agenda, roles of international institutions, governments and civil society in this process.

Irina Zapatrina is a Doctor of Economics, Professor, Director of the Scientific–Research Financial Institute under the Kiev National Trade and Economy University, Chairman of the Ukrainian PPP Development Support Center, President of the PPP Academy, Kiev, Ukraine, Consultant for the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the World Bank on PPP issues.


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