Государственно-частное партнерство в сфере образования
This article discusses a set of tools of government enacted in Russia between 2009and 2013 to provide support to so-called socially-oriented nonprofit organizations (SO/NPOs). In Russia this approach is to be considered as a serious policy innovation since so far government policy vis-à-vis the nonprofit sector could be described as either indifferent or predominantly restrictive. The conceptual framework employed is based on the concept of “third-party government” and the tools of government approach. We first consider the legal definition of the subsector of SO/NPOs, and then investigate the newly introduced tools of government support featuring data on the scope of Russian federal government support for SO/NPOs, showing substantial similarity to government tool kits employed to support NPOs elsewhere in the world.
This collection, prepared by the Department of civil law and procedure Grodno state University named after Yanka Kupala is included in the List of scientific publications recommended by the Higher attestation Commission The Republic of Belarus for the publication of the results of dissertation research in legal Sciences, as well as included in the scientometric database "Russian science citation index"...
Development of capital relationship occurs in many areas. We can identify the main two of them: the development of the main organizational form of business activity as joint-stock companies and the development of their reproductive activity, which is reflected in the fundamental change in the processes of formation of the cost of the goods produced by these companies.
The main trend in the development of a joint stock company may be called the "socialization of capital", which not only retains many of the old ways of the private appropriation of profits, but also creates new kinds of them. The chain of commercial structures development involves conversion of the national joint-stock companies into the international joint-stock companies, or multinational companies. This, in turn, leads to the transformation of a number of states, among which we include the developed or rich countries of the world, into a kind of "joint-stock" societies, whose citizens have an opportunity to increase (through an appropriate system of maintenance of a high level of wages and social benefits) their personal consumption financed by appropriating a disproportionately large part of the total world income by the country as a whole. Such a country objectively turns into a special economic-social form of existence of the joint-stock company.
The basis for such a transformation of the state into a sort of joint-stock company is a new nature of production of the majority of modern goods. It consists in the change of the creation process of goods’ value which leads to the complete subordination of all its stages to the corresponding MNC groups.
Modern monitoring research in education is analyzed in view of its purpose, and its organizational and methodical structure as an element in management of educational systems of different levels. Different approaches to monitoring structuring are compared in terms of their effectiveness as an institutional tool in the management system from the perspective of data-based management and evidence-based educational policy. Various approaches and monitoring tools are compared for their integration in the management of territorial educational systems
In this article there is an analysis of positions of various authors which exist in science literature about an issue on the rights arising with regard to the object of a public-private partnership agreement, as well as a characteristic of norms of Russian law which cover the matter in question and analysis of some problematic issues arising in process of construction and application of the governing norms in practice.