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2018 | 367 | 35-47

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Partnerstwo publiczno-prywatne w usługach społecznych


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Public-private partnerships in social services

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W artykule omówiono zdolność Partnerstwa Publiczno-Prywatnego (dalej PPP) do zapewnienia większych społecznych korzyści w stosunku do zysku wynikającego z tradycyjnych zamówień publicznych. Przedstawiono PPP jako ważne narzędzie ekonomiczne oraz wskazano możliwe korzyści tworzone przez partnerstwo.
Availability, quality and scope of public services represent one of the most important factors of life level shaping and growth, thus prosperity of the society. Importance of public services results from nature and vast range of public influence. They include the activity related to industry operating to a large scale, of corporate character as well as to services rendered at the local level by small economy entities and other organizations. Public services are related to power industry, telecommunication, postal services, waste management, water supplies, education, health care, sport and recreation, culture, social aid and assistance, as well as public safety. The paper presents ability of Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) to provide greater social benefits in relation to profit of traditional public procurements. The PPP was presented as an important economic tool and was indicated possible benefits created by the partnerships.






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  • Główny Instytut Górnictwa. Zakład Monitoringu Środowiska


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