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Activization of the Industrial Development on the Platform of Partnership: Measures of State Regulation

Activization of the Industrial Development on the Platform of Partnership: Measures of State Regulation

Journal of Economic Regulation, , Vol. 7 (no. 4),

Various forms of partnership and interaction of economic actors play an important role in activization of an industrial development, achieving a critical mass, necessary for generation of essential positive results, due to special measures of state regulation. According to this, the factors influencing the choice of measures of state regulation of partner interactions and formation of their complex structure are defined and analysed. On the example of clusters possible roles of the state in formation and development of partner associations of the appropriate type are presented. The potential risks arising in the course of development and implementation of measures of state regulation of integration structures are shown. The sequence of steps for determination of measures of state regulation of development of partnership in the industrial sphere taking into account local specifics is offered in the paper.


Keywords: partnership; integration; industry; measures of state regulation; industrial clusters.

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