JEL Classification: E 69, H 10, M 29.
Dubinina M., Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor, The Head of the Department of Accounting and Auditing, Mykolayiv National Agrarian University, Mykolayiv, Ukraine
INSTITUTIONAL PROVIDER OF THE STATE-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP IN UKRAINE AND ABROAD
Introduction. The article is concerned with the public-private partnership (PPP), which is being formed following the consolidation of efforts of state authorities, local governments and business structures. The paper examines the world practice of public-private partnership projects, their most common types in different countries. Such projects involve the interaction of central or local authorities and the private sector, based on a long-term service agreement traditionally provided by public/communal enterprises.
The purpose of the article is to study the institutional provision of world experience of public-private partnership aimed at improving its development in Ukraine.
Results. We have carried out the analysis of the possible interaction of public-private partnership within the system of modernization and innovative development of the agrarian sector of the economy, the author also took into account the current state, tendencies of agricultural development in Ukraine. The studies have shown that various methods, models, forms of state cooperation and agribusiness have become increasingly widespread over the last years. Public-private partnerships, which, depending on the nature of the tasks to be solved, can be divided into separate models , are more widespread, we consider. Accordingly, the objectives of public-private partnership distinguish organizational models, different models of integration, models of financing. The conducted studies allow to propose the most effective models of state-private interaction, aimed at achieving modernization and innovative development of agriculture. It was revealed that the main problem is the development of procedures and stimulation of processes that ensure the effectiveness of public-private partnership and the establishment of new institutions.
We systematized the basic normative acts regulating public-private partnership in Ukraine. Proposals have been developed that will increase the quantity and effectiveness of public-private projects implementation.
Keywords: public-private partnership; public-private partnership projects; partnership between government and business; local governments; legislative and regulatory acts; investment activity.
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