Governance of public-private partnership in Azerbaijan
Keywords:private, public, partnership, joint entrepreneurship, social sector
The relevance of the topic is based on the study of the organization of joint activities of public institutions with private campaigns to provide the services in demand, interested in providing the necessary resources for those services. Within the framework of the research, considerations of transforming approaches to building public-private partnerships in various areas of the economy have been taken into account. These considerations have revealed the utility, the possibility of improving the institutional environment. Building public-private partnerships is primarily stipulated due to the formation process of private sector participation in cases where government agencies are not capable to contribute to the development and implementation of new technologies, as well as to cope with the scope of services management in its own. The methodology of the study comprises analytical observations, scientific and theoretical assumptions. As a scientific novelty of the work, the advantages and disadvantages of joining the agreements on these partnerships are given in tabular form
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