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सार्वजनिक–निजी साझेदारी (पीपीपी, 3P या पी 3) दो या दो से अधिक सार्वजनिक और निजी क्षेत्रों  के बीच एक सहयोगी व्यवस्था है जो आम तौर पर एक लंबे समय तक प्रभावी रहती है। [1][2] सरकारों ने इस प्रकार की व्यवस्थाॐ का प्रयोग इतिहास पर्यन्त किया है।[3][4] हालांकि, २०वीं शताब्दी के अंत में और २१वीं शताब्दी के आरम्भ में सरकार की ऐसी व्यवस्थाॐ की तरफ़ रुचि बढती दिखाई देती है जिससे कि अधिकाधिक क्षेत्रों में इनके सहयोग से प्रगति लायी जा सके।

संदर्भसंपादित करें

  1. Hodge, G. A and Greve, C. (2007), Public–Private Partnerships: An International Performance Review, Public Administration Review, 2007, Vol. 67(3), pp. 545–558
  2. Roehrich, Jens K.; Lewis, Michael A.; George, Gerard. "Are public–private partnerships a healthy option? A systematic literature review". Social Science & Medicine. 113: 110–119. डीओआइ:10.1016/j.socscimed.2014.03.037.
  3. Wettenhall, R. (2005), The Public–Private Interface: Surveying the History, in G. Hodge and C. Greve (eds.), The Challenge of Public–Privapppte Partnerships: Learning from International Experience, Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar
  4. Wettenhall, R. (2010), Mixes and partnerships through time, in G.A. Hodge, C. Greve and A. Boardman (eds.),International Handbook in Public–Private Partnerships, Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar

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