PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP IN FINANCING INNOVATIVE PROCESS OF AGRARIAN SECTOR UKRAINE

Ilona Dumanska

Abstract


Systematized experience in implementing international development institutions and public-private partnerships to finance innovative processes in agrarian sector of Ukraine. Analyzed the activity of public-private partnerships in different countries and areas of the economy and features of legal security. It is proved that a qualitative and quantitative leap in the development of public-private partnership in the surveyed countries was achieved after the establishment of special institutions and government agencies and an effective cooperation between the state and business. The basic principles of management in the public-private partnership in the context of the effective functioning of an innovative economic model. Data on experience and problems implementing public-private partnership in Ukraine

Keywords


public-private partnership; financing; innovation process; innovation project; private investor; agrarian sector

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