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2013 | 155 | 224-240
Article title

Zaangażowanie sektora prywatnego w projekty rewitalizacyjne

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Private Sector Involvement in Regeneration Projects
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PL
Abstracts
EN
Regeneration is a complex process consisting of a series of integrated activities, among which, apart from investment in buildings and infrastructure, you can also indicate actions undertaken on economic and social areas. This process is aimed at permanent removal of economic, social and environmental problems in the presence of which the market mechanism fails. The main goal of this article is to present the role of private actors in the process of regeneration, identify the factors affecting their perception of the process and their involvement in it, as well as point out the solutions attracting private investment. Achieving the benefits of such a complex process, as regeneration, requires a commitment on the part of participants and strategic management of the local authorities, as a coordinator of the process. A key task facing local authorities is to attract private partners which deliver not only financial resources but also knowledge and other resources to regeneration process.
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155
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224-240
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2083-8611
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bwmeta1.element.desklight-92b9c500-0ae0-4b27-91c4-0c0c4801cb53
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