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HSE Campus in PermResearch workshop on public procurement, public-private partnerships, social and non-profit enterprisesResearch workshop on public procurement, public-private partnerships, social and non-profit enterprises - 2017

Public Private Interaction for Sustainable Development - 2017

Third research workshop on public procurement, public-private partnerships, social and non-profit enterprises

The deadline for submissions has been extended to 27 OCT 17. 

In times of tight public budgets, efficient outsourcing and public-private interaction (in the form of public procurement, PPP, social enterprise, non-profit enterprise) have become an even more important priority. In addition, the policy debate is steering towards an increased use of these partnerships as an active driver for sustainable growth, in terms of stimulating innovation, facilitating SMEs participation, enhancing environment protection and social cohesion. The cost of addressing these important long-term objectives is still unclear, though recent research is offering some numbers. Economic research is lagging behind the policy debate on many of these issues; and existing research findings, even the most robust ones, are typically not taken into account by the lawmakers that are reforming rules on these partnerships around the world, with rather poor results in terms of the quality of regulation.

This workshop points at both stimulating research on these important topics and disseminating it, also to practitioners and to lawmakers. An indicative list of topics that could be addressed at the workshop  includes: Awarding Procedures, Incentives and Efficiency; Performance and Renegotiation in Public Procurement and PPP; Public Procurement/PPP and Innovation; Sustainable Public Procurement/PPP; Corruption in Public Procurement/PPP; SMEs Participation in Procurement/PPP, subcontracting; Flexibility, Discretion and Accountability in Public Procurement/PPP; Social Entrepreneurship; Non-profit Enterprise; Self-governing Communities.

Young Researchers Travelling Grants: Up to 3 grants of 300 euro each for travel and accommodation expenses are available to support the participation of PhD students or young researchers. Those who will apply for this grant are kindly requested to signal it along with their paper’s submission.

Workshop's Venue: The Workshop will take place on 27-28 November, 2017, at the National Research University Higher School of Economics, Perm.

Authors who wish to participate in the Workshop with a report should submit their paper electronically, in PDF format by registering with the EasyChair Conference System available through https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=3rdppprw

Participation in the Workshop is not limited to speakers. You can attend the Workshop as a listener. Attendance is free of charge but it requires registration by an email to evshadrina@hse.ru or through the Workshop’s website www.perm.hse.ru/desdel/2017.

Call for Paper