The impact of public-private partnership on labor mobility and employment promotion
In conditions of a budget deficit, an urgent task facing the state is the development of new instruments that allow replacing budget investments in the creation and modernization of infrastructure with private investments and at the same time optimizing financial costs for these purposes. The priority direction of the investment policy of the regions and the country as a whole is the implementation of socially significant projects using public-private partnership mechanisms, the task of which is to maximize the potential of business for the implementation of the tasks for which the state bears responsibility. The purpose of the study of this article is to analyze the indicators of public-private partnerships in relation to the development of labor mobility, which make it possible to judge the effectiveness of the state policy in the field of employment regulation. The current situation in the labor market is always in the focus of attention of the state, business and society as a whole, affecting both on the economic development of the country, social policy, competitiveness of enterprises, and on the well-being of the individual.
Public-Private Partnership (PPP), Economically Active Population (EAP), labor market, labor mobility, workforce, qualified workforce
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