As part of the 17th April International Conference a session, chaired by Vladimir Korolev, was held on “Directions and conditions governing the development of public strategic management”.
The discussion involved representatives of NRU HSE, the Russian Ministry of Economic Development, the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, the Finance University under the Russian Government, representatives of regional ministries and departments (Ulyanovsk Region, Volgograd Region, Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), Altai Krai, the Republic of Khakassia and others).
A round table was held as part of the 17th April International Conference under the title of “Future Regulation”, dedicated to the problems and prospective directions of development of the state's regulatory policy. The discussion involved V.A. Zhivulin (Russian Ministry of Economic Development) E.A. Makhortov (SCA), Yu.A. Tikhomirov (Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law), A.V. Varvarin (Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs), R.N. Korchagin (Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration), V.A. Kharchenko and V.A. Maslakov (NISSE), D.B. Tsygankov (NRU HSE), with Director A.V. Klimenko (NRU HSE) acting as moderator.
Excessive regulation, insufficient resources and clogged-up administrative channels lead to inefficiencies in the public governance system in Russia, believe members of the plenary session “Administrative Reform and Reduction in Control and Supervision Functions”.
On 4 April the session M-11: Regulatory Impact Assessment was held at HSE as part of the XIV International Science Conference. The session was moderated by Director of the HSE RIA Centre Daniil TSYGANKOV and involved experts, officials from the Moscow Government and representatives of business and business associations.
On 3 April, as part of the XIV NRU HSE International Science Conference on economic and social development and under the auspices of the Open Government, a round table discussion was held on Public servants: working on the basis of principles of openness. In opening the discussion, Vice Rector of NRU HSE and member of the Expert Council of the Open Government Andrey KLIMENKO remarked that openness in this instance means, primarily, an assessment of the activity of public servants on the part of the end users of their services: the civilian society.