Danijela S. Kostadinović-Krasić, Zoran I. Cvetković
Volume XXIII (XIII), 2014/2
The aim of this paper is to underline the close relationship between the need for rapid economic development, the need for foreign investment in the public sector and the challenges of rapid acceptance of such initiatives in terms of environmental protection and sustainable development at the time when the export and import of dirty technology is being offered. The necessary change in the structure of service providers in terms of impact on the quality and price of services from the aspect of legal possibilities of a new way of regulating relations between citizens as service users, state (local government) and providers of services-products. The basic assumption is that there is no economic environment that will encourage the entrepreneurial spirit, investments and better services for citizens without a comprehensive public sector reform and changes in property relations. With this paper, we would particularly like to draw attention to the possibility of finding a solution that will connect reform activities in the field of public institutions and services through public-private partnerships, but with the necessary and required permanent care for the protection from the challenges of technologically dirty technology.
Keyword: Foreign investment, public sector, publicprivate partnerships, communal services, technologically dirty technology
ISSN 1583-0691, CNCSIS "Clasa B+"