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ArticleName Economic model of public–private partnership in the field of subsoil use waste management
DOI 10.1 7580/gzh.2019.08.10
ArticleAuthor Razovsky Yu. V., Ulitsky O. A., Sukhina E. N., Saveleva E. Yu.

Gzhel State University, Elektroizolyator, Russia:

Yu. V. Razovsky, Professor, Doctor of Economic Sciences


State Ecology Academy of Postgraduate Education and Management, Kyiv, Ukraine:
O. A. Ulitsky, Director of Education and Research Institute of Environmental Safety and Management, Associate Professor, Doctor of Geological Sciences


Institute of Environmental Economics and Sustainable Development, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine:
E. N. Sukhina, Senior Researcher, Candidate of Economic Sciences,


Moscow Witte University, Moscow, Russia:
E. Yu. Saveleva, Deputy Head of Chair, Candidate of Economic Sciences


The economic mechanisms are developed for mining waste management in implementation of the public–private partnership. It is found that mining waste, especially, terricones, seriously danger health and environment and, thus, should be rapidly transferred and recovered as the developed countries do. Mining waste can be used in many industries, agriculture, transport and public services. Private investment in projects on subsoil use waste transfer and recovery u the conditions of decentralized power authorization can be effectively attracted through the public–private partnership as the constructive co-operation of business, society and governmental agencies. The call for high efficiency of the government and business interaction in the areas of subsoil use waste management governes the relevance of economic modeling of the public–private partnership. The PPP economic model within a modular system of subsoil use waste management is composed of: PPP objects to use mining waste; concessive objects; motivation; paperwork on PPP relationships; establishment of a management company; PPP agreement and terms; investment project and PPP form; mechanism and details of cession of land lots to a private partner; conclusion of agreements; financial mechanism of interaction between the local government and management company; economically effective internal logistics, risk management. The application of the economic model can enable reduction in subsoil use waste, saving of budgetary funds, etc.
The study is carried out within the budgetary program: Priority Research Support, KPKRK 6541230.

keywords Economic mode, management, economic mechanisms, subsoil use waste management, public–private partnership, concession, investment attraction, environmental income, waste management revenue

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