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ОСОБЕННОСТИ ГОСУДАРСТВЕННО-ЧАСТНОГО ПАРТНЕРСТВА В ИНФРАСТРУКТУРНЫХ ПРОЕКТАХ: ПРИМЕР КАЗАХСТАНА

TERRA ECONOMICUS, , Том 15 (номер 3),

В сегодняшней сложной экономической ситуации государственночастное партнёрство в Казахстане может стать вполне продуктивной формой сотрудничества государства и бизнеса. Это обусловлено тем, что в условиях кризиса стабильность спроса со стороны государства является ключевым инструментом для снижения рисков инвестирования и построения доверия со стороны кредитных организаций. Однако несмотря на признание данной формы сотрудничества в зарубежных странах в качестве одного из важнейших инструментов повышения национальной (и региональной) конкурентоспособности, внедрение в практику механизмов государственно-частного партнёрства в Казахстане происходит очень медленно. Нерешённость ряда методологических вопросов, связанных с переходом к партнёрству между государством и бизнесом, отсутствие опыта реализации таких партнёрств, неразвитость законодательной и нормативной базы на всех уровнях, бюрократические препоны затрудняли реализацию государственно-частного партнёрства в Казахстане.


Ключевые слова: экономика; государственно-частное партнерство; концессии; концессионные проекты; матрица государственно-частного партнерства; Казахстан

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Издатель: Южный Федеральный Университет
Учредитель: Южный федеральный университет
ISSN: 2073-6606