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A look into the future: scenarios for Asia and Russia in Asia in the next 20 years

Bordachev T., Bezborodov A., Kashin V. et al.

M.: Valdai Discussion Club, 2017.

Performance management and job-goal alignment: A conditional process model of turnover intention in the public sector

Kalgin A., Parfenteva D., Podolskiy D. et al.

International Journal of Public Sector Management. 2018. Vol. 31. No. 1. P. 65-80.

Book chapter
Toward an ethics of digital government: a first discussion

Domanski R., Estevez E., Styrin E. M. et al.

In bk.: Proceedings of the 19th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research: Governance in the Data Age. NY: Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2018. Ch. 123. P. 1-4.

Working paper
Strategic Planning in the Russian Federal Government: Implementation, Costs, and Conditions of Effectiveness

Klimenko A., Kalgin A.

Public and Social Policy. WP BRP Series. НИУ ВШЭ, 2018. No. 17/PSP/2018.

The Higher School of Economics hosted an Expert Seminar on Accounting Methods

Head of the RIA Center Daniel Tsygankov spoke at the expert seminar “Prospects for the introduction of accounting methods and quantitative models in regulation in Russia and the Eurasian Economic Commission”, which took place on June 1 at the Higher School of Economics.

Effective adjustment of regulatory policy in Russia could increase GDP by up to 1.5 to 2.5% a year

Regulatory policy, alongside monetary and budgetary policy, is a key driver of economic growth. Intelligent use of this public governance tool could increase GDP by up to 1.5 to 2.5% a year and also enhance the employment rate, labour productivity, entrepreneurial and innovative activity. This is the conclusion of the authors of the report, titled “Regulatory policy in Russia: key trends and the architecture of the future”, prepared by the Centre for Strategic Development and the Higher School of Economics.
The objective of the report is not only to set out the key problems facing the regulatory environment, but also to draw up proposals for its improvement over the course of 2018–2024. Recommendations for publishing have been compiled allowing for the latest scientific developments and in accordance with best international practices.

Vladimir Korolev has died

1 May 2018 saw the passing of Vladimir Korolev, Deputy Director of the Institute of Public Administration and Governance NRU HSE, Academician of the Tsiolkovsky Russian Academy of Cosmonautics, member of the Guild of Specialists in Infrastructure Projects, member of the expert group in public-private partnerships of the UN Economic Commission for Europe.

HSE hosted an expert seminar on regulatory evidence-based standards

Daniel Tsygankov, Head of the RIA Center spoke at the expert seminar “Standards of Evidence-based Regulation: International Experience and Prospects for Implementation in Russia”, which was held on 29 of March at the Higher School of Economics.

HSE hosts a specialist workshop, devoted to regulatory standards

RIA Centre Director Daniil Tsygankov spoke at the specialist seminar “Standards in evidencing the need for regulation: international experience and prospects of introduction in Russia”, held at NRU HSE on 29 March.

A new study guide is published for assessing the effectiveness of voluntary work

The study guide "Assessing the Economic and Social Effectiveness of Voluntary Work: Approaches to Training and Implementation Problems", edited by Irina Mersiyanova, represents an innovative tool for Russia. It sets out a multi-level approach to assessing the economic and social effectiveness of voluntary work, which is based on in-depth analysis of Russian and international experience.

Russian law-making needs both a regulatory axe to wield and experimentation

Governments have eventually come to realise, that they can no longer take for granted the designs of a growing number of industry regulators. The need had arisen to organise a systematic analysis of the laws and regulations before they come into force. The most well-known mechanism that has become established almost universally, including Russia itself in recent years, is regulatory impact analysis (assessment). In an interview for the "Russia of the Future: 2017 → 2035" project, Director of the Regulatory Impact Assessment Centre of IPAM NRU HSE Daniil Tsygankov talks about the features and implementation of RIA.

PPP in the IT sector: mechanisms of interaction and legislative regulation

On 8 February, the State Duma Committee for Natural Resources, Property and Land Relations held a roundtable discussion, titled "Legislation on Public-Private Partnership in information and communication technologies: issues for regulation". The session involved state deputies, representatives from public departments and public organisations, plus representatives from the specialist, scientific and business communities, including NRU HSE Vice Rector Andrey Zhulin and IPAM NRU HSE Deputy Director Vladimir Korolev.

Is the public ready for employment relations to go electronic?

Director of the Department for Public Administration and Governance of NRU HSE Andrey Klimenko reported to parliamentary sessions of the Russian State Duma and at a meeting of the Public Council of the Russian Federal Service for Labour and Employment on results of sociological research into the attitude of employed civilians to the possible transition to electronic employment agreements.

HSE staff receive awards to mark the university's anniversary

They were rewarded for their professional services, their many years of work and to mark the 25th anniversary of the founding of the National Research University – Higher School of Economics.
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