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Regulatory policy in Russia: key trends and architecture of the future

Golodnikova A., Yefremov A., Sobol D. et al.

M.: Center for Strategic Research, 2018.

Article
Object of taxation under digitalization
In press

Лютова О. И.

Вестник Российского университета дружбы народов. Серия: Юридические науки. 2020. Vol. 24. No. 3. P. 695-716.

Book chapter
Use of the Internet of Things in Public Governance for Law Enforcement and Inspection: The Case of Russia

Knutov A., Styrin E. M.

In bk.: Beyond Smart and Connected Governments Sensors and the Internet of Things in the Public Sector. Springer, 2020. Ch. 7. P. 139-164.

Working paper
Public Service Motivation as a Predictor of Altruism, Dishonesty, and Corruption

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

Working Paper Series . WP-19-16. Northwestern Institute for Policy Research, 2019

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.

A punishing robustness: the nature of an administrative tribunal


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