Kapitalo valstybinis reguliavimas, įgyvendinant viešojo ir privataus sektorių partnerystę
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The state trends of modern social-economic development require re-evaluation of the economic role of public institutions in order to assess social changes. As the state implements its regulatory and control functions, and establishes cooperation rules for public-private sectors by normative legal acts, its role essentially changes, because the public sector increasingly needs to be an active market participant, and not just an observer. Dissertation research analysis public-private sectors’ cohesion which integrates institutional and operational opportunities of the both sectors and absorbs the problems of legal status, which arise because one sector relies more on the norms of public law, and the other – on private law norms. Although each sector has its own goals, sectorial cooperation should involve counter-balancing and search for compromises. Administrative legal regulation has to help keep balance between the private sector, which has the main objective – profit and public sector goal’s to ensure protection of the public interest. The dissertation analyses the social, economic and human capital focusing on three possible notions of its use, stressing the most legally significant peculiarities of sectorial communication. The decisions on state regulation of economic and social relations arise from the public sector, which also produces various legal regulatory methods. Therefore, this dissertation aims at analysing and suggesting the proper ways of taking use of the capital resources, in order to increase the quality of the public-private cooperation.