This study discusses the development of public-private partnership (PPP) in the Republic of Kazakhstan. The authors analyze specific features and stages of public-private partnership development, study the international experience of assessing the effectiveness of public-private partnership, develop basic models of public-private partnership and provide their classification. In addition, the study provides an analysis of the current implementation of PPP projects in the Republic of Kazakhstan. The objective of this research is to analyze the specifics and stages of PPP development in the Republic of Kazakhstan. The basic models and the advantages of such partnership are described in the concession project Construction and Use of Outpatient Hospitals for 500 Visits per Shift in the City of Kostanay. The methodology of this study is based on various approaches and methods widely used in modern science, including induction and deduction, generalizing indicators, statistical equalization and analytic hierarchy. The results of this research evaluate effectiveness of PPP projects not only based on economic factors but also social, human, political and entrepreneurial factors. The results of the study will create conditions for more efficient selection of PPP projects.
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