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SME Treatments in Public Procurement

ФИО студента: Zhanna Nechaeva

Руководитель: Elena V. Shadrina

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Economics, Management, and Business Informatics

Программа: Public Administration (Master)

Год защиты: 2021

The research paper considers the problem of the effectiveness of the state policy in the field of state and municipal procurement for small and medium-sized businesses. At the moment, the development of small and medium-sized businesses is one of the priorities for the state, which is confirmed by the adoption of a number of strategies, decrees and the national project "Small and medium-sized businesses and support for individual entrepreneurial initiatives". Based on the analysis of the conducted studies, the main gaps in the support of small and medium-sized businesses that participate in state and municipal procurement were identified. In addition, proposals were developed to improve measures to support SMEs, which will be able to apply in its activities the Agency for the Development of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises of the Perm Region.

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