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Book
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
Transformation of the Legal Mechanism of Taxation Under the Influence of Digitalization: Russian Case Study
In press

Tsindeliani I. A., Anisina K. T., Davydova M. A. et al.

Intertax. 2021. Vol. 49. No. 5. P. 1-12.

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 And Sectoral Employment In Russia: New Perspectives On The Attraction Vs. Socialization Debate

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

Public and Social Policy. WP BRP Series. НИУ ВШЭ, 2020

Regulatory policy: how does it work?

Regulatory policy: how does it work?

On 23rd July, a new programme was released as part of the Topical E-Commerce cycle on Radio Mediametrix, entitled “Regulatory policy: How does it work?”
Director of the RIA Centre at NRU HSE Daniil Tsygankov and the New Regulatory Policy project coordinator at the Centre for Strategic Development Mikhail Komin discussed how new laws come into being and what route they take from conception to adoption, who can influence their value and importance for society, how this is done and at what stage, and how public institutions and organisations can influence law-making and lobbying interests.