Research trends of public-private partnerships (PPPs) in Poland
Keywords:public private-partnership (PPP), systematic review, research methods
Over the last two decades the attention given to the research on Public-private partnerships (PPPs) has been steadily increasing. Literature surveys on the research trends of PPP in English language publications suggest some emerging trends in the topics dedicated to the PPP. A similar compilation of PPP literature is not readily available on the grounds of national scientific research. That is why the aim of the article is to present contemporary trends that are being developed in Poland in the PPP filed. The indication of possible further research in the area of PPP is also an essential issue tackled in this article.
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