A conceptual model of specialist training within the public-private partnership and the triple helix concept

Economic & mathematical methods and models

Currently the relationship between the state, the business and the universities (the concept of the Triple Helix model) in the innovative sphere based public-private partnership (PPP) is one of the important conditions for the formation of effective economic policy in the region, serving to increase the level of its competitiveness. In this article questions of training specialists in the PPP model and the concept of the Triple Helix theory are considered. A conceptual model for analyzing and monitoring the consumer market in qualified personnel is presented. Conceptually speaking, the organizational and structural scheme of personnel training based on the public-private partnership of a triad of the main participants of the innovative process (the concept of the Triple Helix) implies the all participants of the innovative infrastructure, including the executive departments of the government and the business community, actively participate in the educational process. It is noted that federal higher education institutions of the east region of Russia have to continuously monitor the market of personnel demand and to timely adjust the educational process in accordance with the predicted trends in the demand for experts in various areas of the consumer market of Pacific Rim countries, in particular, those of Northeast Asia. The implementation of the proposed model of training specialists within PPP and the concept of the theory of the Triple Helix will allow to adapt the systems of preparing competitive specialists to the labor market’s changes faster and more flexibly; it is aimed at not only the enterprises and organizations of the economy’s real sector within the area where a higher education institution is located¸ but also at satisfying the needs of foreign countries in highly qualified personnel.