The Capacity of Iranian Administrative Law in Accepting the Concept of "Public Interest Company"

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The privatization of public services led to the emergence of companies with private ownership and management and public mission known as the Public Interest Company (PIC). Despite being private and governed by the rules of private law, Influenced by the doctrine of public service and due to considerations related to the public interest, these companies are subject to public law and regulatory requirements. The public service management system in Iran has not been immune from privatization by announcing and implementing the public policies of Article 44 of the Constitution and the law on how to implement it. Therefore, it is necessary to evaluate and analyze the capacity of Iranian administrative law in accepting the concept of PICs. Using descriptive and analytical methods and relying on the experience of some countries, this study, after studying the basics of forming the concept of PICs and identifying their characteristics, considering the capacity of the concept of "public service agents" and "private professional institutions in public mission", acceptance of this concept in Iranian administrative law is considered possible.

Administrative Law, Volume:9 Issue: 31, 2022
236 to 258  
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