Transformation of the State's role in developing aerospace industries and the mechanisms improvement for interaction with private business
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Daniluk Alexandr U. PhD in Technical Sciences, Assistant Professor First Deputy of CEO Paleev Denis L. PhD in Technical Sciences, Associated professor. Leading expert. Institute of Applied Technical and Economic Researches and Examinations. Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia
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The article discusses the economic mechanisms that improving the cooperation between the State and private business in the aerospace industry as a way to increase the competitiveness of the national economy in general. As well, the economic mechanisms are analyzed that help to operate Public-private partnership in the aerospace industry of Russia and counting the experience of the USA. In order to form the new aerospace community one of the main acts could be: maximizing the number of potential participants in aerospace industry, combination of market selfcontroling with a reasonable control over key technologies by the Government, stimulating private initiatives and etc. The article considers the legality of expanding the number of potential participants in aerospace industry while preparing and implementing particular projects.
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Daniluk A.U., Paleev D.L., (2014), TRANSFORMATION OF THE STATE'S ROLE IN DEVELOPING AEROSPACE INDUSTRIES AND THE MECHANISMS IMPROVEMENT FOR INTERACTION WITH PRIVATE BUSINESS. Business in Law, 3: 160-165.
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Keywords:
space activities, mechanisms of interaction, the state, private business.