Strategic Public Private Partnerships: theory, practice, and future challenges for sustainable development

Strategic Public Private Partnerships: theory, practice, and future challenges for sustainable development

This special issue seeks to bring together various strands of current policy thinking and practices that share an orientation towards the role of Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) for the implementation of the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. In September 2015 at the United Nations Sustainable Development Summit, a set of 17 goals were formulated to transform our world by 2030 through sustainable development (SD). Goal 17 focuses on revitalizing the global partnership for SD. Paragraph 67 of United Nations General Assembly resolution 70/1 recognizes the role of the private sector in development and calls upon its contribution to use its creativity and innovation to solving sustainable development challenges.


Factors and ‘illusions’ influencing the choice of PFI-type Public Private Partnerships,MEASURING THE SUSTAINABILITY OF LATIN AMERICAN CAPITAL CITIES ,Millennials Empowerment: Youth Entrepreneurship for Sustainable Development,Reconceptualising Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) in Global Public Policy,Stakeholder Considerations in Public-Private Partnerships,Stimulating the Attractiveness of PFI/PPPs Using Public Sector Guarantees,The concentration of people and investments in the capital of a country of Latin America. Case of Lima, Peru

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