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Volume 55, 2018International Conference on Advanced Studies in Social Sciences and Humanities in the Post-Soviet Era (ICPSE 2018)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Transformations in Education and Science|
|Published online||14 November 2018|
The main trends in the development of public-private partnership in the field of education in historical retrospective
Ural State Economic University, 620144, 62 8 Marta str., Ekaterinburg, Russia
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The growing interest to public-private partnership (hereinafter PPP) projects in the field of education in the conditions that lead to more intensive social and economic development of Russia is the basis for studying domestic and global historical experience in this issue. The article examines the main trends of the PPP development in education through the prism of historical retrospective. On the basis of the analysis of the historiography and modern scientific opinions in the study of the formation and development of PPP in the field of education, researchers formed their understanding regarding this issue in the historical past and in modern socio-economic space of Russia. The historical analysis allows determining the main milestones in the emergence and further development of various forms of interaction between the state, business and education. The conclusions, to which the authors came, allow identifying the main trends and characteristic features of public-private partnership in the sphere of education. The purpose is to define basic directions of the PPP development through the prism of historical retrospective and analysis of contemporary scientific opinions. Methodology of the work: retrospective, systemic and comparative methods were used in the paper. Results: the research of historical experience in the development of PPP in education in Russia was carried out. The latest scientific opinions regarding this issue were analyzed that allowed identifying current trends in the development of PPP in education.
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