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March 2017 (published: 15.03.2017)

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UDC 336.1

The development of public-private partnership in the innovation sphere in Kazakhstan

Panzabekova A.Zh. , Andreeva G.M.

Currently, the ability to build and practical use of innovations is becoming a prerequisite for high-quality economic growth. Achievements such conditions requires fundamental changes in the innovation environment on the basis of regularly conducted innovative technological forecasts, the use of new governance arrangements. In this respect, the special role played by the development of the national innovation system, and the interaction of its core elements – the state, science and business is becoming increasingly important. As world practice shows, despite the different importance of public-private partnerships (PPPs) in innovation policy in different countries, manifested a clear trend towards the growth of its influence on the development of innovative activity. The exceptional importance of the PPP as an effective tool for implementing innovation policy is determined, firstly, the development of innovation infrastructure in the interests and with the active participation of business, and secondly, more efficient use of state property and budget expenses, including allocated to support innovation; thirdly, promotion of the private sector to the development of entrepreneurial activity in the areas with the greatest potential for high-quality economic growth. In recent years, Kazakhstan has taken a series of measures undertaken measures aimed at stimulating the development of PPP forms. In particular, it established the National Agency for Technological Development, experimental design bureau, special economic zones, technology parks, technology transfer centers, etc. However, the country still lags far behind in the development of legislative, organizational, economic and financial mechanisms for the implementation of PPP in the innovation sphere. The need to use advanced foreign experience, theoretical and practical mechanisms for PPP development in the innovation sphere, providing for various forms of participation of business, government, and science, as well as the account of features of formation and development of Kazakhstan's NIS cause the relevance and timeliness of the study of the problem.
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Keywords: public-private partnerships, legal regulation, science and innovation sphere.

DOI 10.17586/2310-1172-2017-10-1-34-41

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