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Ways of Development of Interaction between the State and Business in Healthcare Projects

ФИО студента: Ruslan Kugotov

Руководитель: Sergey Shishkin

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Social Sciences

Программа: Health Care Administration and Economics (Master)

Год защиты: 2020

Nowadays, it is difficult for any state to implement any socially important projects without the help of private sector. So in countries with developed economies the interaction of public authorities with the business environment to important social problems and implement infrastructure projects is widespread. In modern Russia, such projects are implemented in various forms: from an offset contract to a concession agreement. However, other forms of partnership have long been used in European countries, which are not applicable due to Russian legislation. Therefore, the question arises whether there are any forms of interaction with business that would be effective for use on the territory of Russia. The answer to this question will be found in this paper.

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