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Institute for Public Administration and Governance

Publications
Book
State and Political Discourse in Russia

Kramer M., Barabashev Alexey, Barbashin A. et al.

Rome: Reset-Dialogues on Civilizations, 2017.

Article
Russian Governance Changes and Performance

Andrey V. Klimenko, Alexey G. Barabashev.

Chinese Political Science Review. 2017. No. 2. P. 22-39.

Book chapter
Open Government Data Policy and Governance: Applicability of Ecosystem Approach. Comparative Cross-country Analysis

Styrin E. M.

In bk.: dg.o '17: Proceedings of the 18th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research. NY: ACM, 2017. P. 610-611.

Working paper
Motivations for Public Service in Corrupt States: Evidence from Post-Soviet Russia

Gans-Morse J., Kalgin A., Klimenko A. et al.

Public and Social Policy. WP BRP Series. НИУ ВШЭ, 2017. No. WP BRP 13/PSP/2017.

HSE hosts discussion of draft section of regulatory policy on the Country Development Strategy Until 2024

On 27 September, NRU HSE hosted a round-table discussion, titled Discussion by the regulatory policy bloc of proposals for the Russian Strategic Development Strategy for 2018 – 2024, held under the auspices of the Centre for Strategic Developments and the Institute for Public Administration and Governance, as part of work, performed by IPAG under the government assignment Development of proposals for individual aspects concerning improvement of public administration(for the CSD).

NRU HSE Public Administration Programme First to Achieve International Recognition

The NRU HSE Public Administration Bachelor's and Master's Degree programmes have been awarded EAPAA accreditation.

HSE Public Administration Programmes Become the First in Russia to Receive International Recognition

HSE BA and MA programmes in public administration have received European accreditation by the EAPAA.

Rebooting the matrix: how to rid business and society of unnecessary rules

CSD Vice-president Maria Shklyaruk and Director of the RIA Centre Daniil Tsygankov have written a column in the RBC on the directions and prospects of regulatory policy in Russia.

CSD and Garant launch a survey of those affected by regulation, designed to identify sticking points

Today the Centre of Strategic Developments Fund and the company Garant have launched a survey of those affected by regulation, in an attempt to identify sticking points in the Russian regulatory environment.

Higher School of Economics launches Regulatorika 3.0

IPAG RIA Centre Director gives interview to Zakonodatelstvo magazine

A discussion with Daniil Tsygankov on how the practice of regulatory impact assessment came into being, what approaches exist to implement it, how RIA procedures are applied in Russian and much more.

HSE's contribution to integration processes in the CIS: Twentieth Meeting of the Intergovernmental Council of the CIS on Scientific, Technical and Innovative Cooperation

On 27 June 2017, the Higher School of Economics hosted the twentieth meeting of the Intergovernmental Council of the CIS on Scientific, Technical and Innovative Cooperation, devoted to implementation of the Intergovernmental Innovative Cooperation Programme for CIS Member States until 2020, the key developer of which is NRU HSE.

A punishing robustness: the nature of an administrative tribunal

The Centre for Strategic Developments is proposing a decisive regulatory reform, in line with the working materials of the Country Development Strategy 2018–2024, discussed at the CSD on 8 June. One of the ideas is to create an administrative tribunal of 7–9 people, which will do away with so-called “sticking points in the law”, meaning omissions in enactments, superfluous and contradictory norms. There is currently no effective means for their repeal, but such a tribunal would give impetus to deregulation in 3–4 years, the CSD believes. 
An article in the Kommersant newspaper contains the opinions of Director of the NRU HSE IPAG RIA centre Daniil Tsygankov and other experts.

Factors, hampering development of municipal-private partnership

A session of the State Duma Committee for Natural Resources, Property and Land Relations was held on 23 May on Key Factors, Hampering Development of Municipal-Private Partnership. What Needs to be Changed in Legislation?
Deputy Director of the Institute for Public Administration and Governance, NRU HSE and permanent representative of the UNECE PPP group Vladimir Korolev was involved as an invited expert in the event.

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