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I. S. Kalgina (2017) Models for assessment of public-private partnership projects in subsurface management. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 224. p. 247. DOI: 10.18454/pmi.2017.2.247
KalginaI. S. (2017). Models for assessment of public-private partnership projects in subsurface management. Journal of Mining Institute, 224, 247. https://doi.org/10.18454/pmi.2017.2.247

Models for assessment of public-private partnership projects in subsurface management

Authors:
I. S. Kalgina
  • Transbaikal State University. Center of Information Technologies in Economics and Management
Date submitted:
2017-04-20
Date published:
2017-04-25

Abstract

Aims and goals of this paper. The article is devoted to analysis of issues related to development of public-private partnership (PPP) projects in mineral resources sector of Russia. The special emphasis is given to the most common PPP model in the field of industrial infrastructure construction using the Investment Fund of RF. We offer specific tools to be used with Russian models for assessment of PPP projects and forecasting of its efficiency for its participants. This model allows evaluating the results of the whole deposit development process, constructing graphs of all types of expenditures and revenues (by years), and having rent assessment of deposit NPV (net present value) and internal rent rate (IRR). Methods and results. The iteration process at each step enables assessment of budget revenue forecast, living standards indexes, ecological parameters and performance indicators, as well as a certain variant of PPP project implementation for investors (direct government expenses on implementation of infrastructure objects and environmental activities, tax benefits). We have a set of tools for supporting the management decision making process in developing efficient PPP mechanism, balancing long-term government interests, private sector and local people interests arising during socio-economic development of mineral resources area. This method using the suggested tools for analyzing efficiency of a specific partnership mechanism is shown on the examples of projects of developing different deposits in Transbaikal region.

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