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Methodical Approaches to Classification of Mega Projects of Social and Economic Development

  • T. Y. KalavriyEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies book series (SIST, volume 138)

Abstract

The aim of research is to investigate directions of applying the “green” economy principles in the implementation of mega projects. Author specifies characteristics of mega projects currently being implemented in various regions and shows their features and directions of implementation in the fields of the development of natural resources, creation of infrastructure and energy facilities. One of the results of research is a classification of mega projects based on such criteria as the scale and amount of financing, significance and directions of development and sources of fundraising. It is established that individual interests are usually associated with a large environmental risk of changes for individual users of natural resources, and public interests make it possible to take this risk into account.

Keywords

Mega projects Environmental support Fundraising Public-private partnership Green economy 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.North-Eastern Federal UniversityYakutskRussian Federation

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