Public-Private Partnership as a Paradigm for Building Socially Responsible Business: Successful Implementation and Plotting of Corruption Schemes and Related Criminal Liability
The purpose of the study is to consider the role of public-private partnerships in reducing the number of corruption and crime manifestations and develop recommendations for improving the integrity of government representatives and private partners. In the course of the study, the following general scientific methods were used: analysis and synthesis, graphical method, statistical analysis, comparative analysis, and case study method. The main results include an analysis of legislative support for public-private partnerships, which indicates that the
current legislative framework is imperfect and insufficiently detailed. The dialectical analysis of corruption schemes established the duality of the effects of public-private partnership on crime and corruption: in some cases, public-private partnership contributes to the implementation of corruption and crime schemes; in others, it is a means of increasing integrity.
Keywords: Sustainable Development, Government, Private Partners, Social Impact, Environmental Impact, Integrity.