International experience of public-private partnership in agriculture
Agriculture, as one of the most important sectors of the economy, needs constant improvement at the legislative level. Its importance lies in providing the population with provisions and obtaining raw materials for industry. States are trying to create a mechanism for regulating agricultural relations that would be in line with international principles and efficient. One such mechanism is the introduction of the institution of public-private partnership. The experience of foreign countries allows to maintain the state of legislative support at a high level and, accordingly, the effective implementation of its norms at a high level for the implementation of state social policy. The work aims to analyze the international experience of public-private partnerships in agriculture. During the research, the authors used such methods as a method of analysis of normative documents, comparative legal method, and formal-legal method. As a result of the study, the international experience of public-private partnership (in general) and in the field of agriculture (in particular) was examined. The historical stages of formation and improvement of this institute are studied. The advantages and disadvantages of public-private partnership and possible ways to improve it are studied.
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