The problem of the objectivity of outsourcing relationship in the system of the economic and business‑legal policy of the state

The development of market relations has contributed to the provision of cost-effective management and organisational schemes that are used by foreign entities in the domestic economy. Outsourcing affects various processes, including economic and political factors, and represents a set of mechanisms that are aimed at transferring the company’s individual processes and functions to another organisation with high qualifications in the field of set tasks. Outsourcing contributes to improving the competitiveness of market relations, since it is aimed at reducing costs, creating a flexible dynamic environment, ensuring high quality of products, avoiding or reducing risks. Therefore, the main purpose of the work is to analyse the problem of the objectivity of outsourcing relations in the system of economic and economic and legal policy of the state. To achieve the purpose, methods of analysis, comparison, generalisation were used in order to specify the results of the study. The work analyses the definition of foreign economic, investment, innovation policy of the state. The author has established that in the context of the problem of state economic-legal policy outsourcing is dualistic in nature. It has been revealed that using outsourcing allows performing several functions simultaneously and sometimes it is very difficult or impossible to delineate them. Also, outsourcing relations can intensify the export process, which will increase the tax revenues to the budgets. The arguments about the expediency of considering outsourcing relations as an instrument for solving problems and tasks of a public nature, as well as their development as an object of foreign economic, investment and innovation policy of the state are presented