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Higher School of Economics experts prepare proposals to disclose information on the activity of organisations in the social sector

Experts from the Higher School of Economics have prepared a list of data samples for mandatory publication on the activity of organisations in the social sector. They also drew up recommendations for amending statutory legal enactments, enabling the disclosure of statistical information pertaining to the work of these institutions.

Illustration for news: From Shanghai to Guangzhou and Back: HSE Lecturers Visit Chinese Universities

From Shanghai to Guangzhou and Back: HSE Lecturers Visit Chinese Universities

Staff members from the HSE Faculty of Social Sciences have made over 50 trips to international conferences in the past year. Alexander Kalgin, Lecturer at the School of Public Administration, shared his impressions about the International Symposium on Development and Governance in BRICS countries in Shanghai, and a visit to Guangdong University of Foreign Studies in Guangzhou to discuss a joint research project and to meet with representatives of the university administration responsible for international education cooperation.

HSE Experts Propose Publishing Rudimentary Statistical Reports on Medical Institutions in "Open Data" format

Experts from the Higher School of Economics believe that, while the sets of "open data", currently being published by the Russian Healthcare Ministry, are useful for the public, they need additional detail.

RIA Centre Director Presents Report at a Conference of the Association of Specialists in Program and Policy Evaluation in Novosibirsk

RIA Centre Director Daniil Tsyankov spoke at the 2nd annual conference of the Russian Association of Specialists in Program and Policy Evaluation "Program and Policy Evaluation in a Time of Crisis: Challenges and Opportunities" in Novosibirsk.

International Symposium on Development and Governance in BRICS

On September 24-25, the International Symposium on Development and Governance in BRICS was held at Fudan University in Shanghai.  The event was organized with the support of the Chinese Society for Public Sector Reform.

Total Import Substitution Imposed on Mobile Operators

To ensure state sovereignty of the Russian Federation by as early as 2020, networks of Russian communications operators and data centres shall consist of 85% equipment domestic manufacturers. Such is the proposal contained in the "roadmap", drawn up by the working group under the Russian presidential administration.
Leading expert from the Institute for Public Administration and Governance at NRU HSE Dmitry Kozhevnikov notes after studying the document that analysis of the current situation in the industry within this "roadmap" seems somewhat partisan, as it concentrates on foreign economic factors, while the indicators and their dynamic appear contrived.

"There are many among our students who genuinely wish to assist the government"

A master's degree from the Institute for Public Administration and Governance helps graduates not gain confidence, working in the public sector, but also accelerate their careers in the private, commercial sector. The academic head of the master's programme at the Institute for Public Administration and Governance Nikolai Klishch talks about the other advantages that such an education presents and what the educational programme teaches.

New approaches to managing service quality

On 14 July HSE hosted a workshop devoted to technologies for enhancing customer service quality, organised by Sberbank of Russia and the Institute for Public Administration and Governance.

Practical Aspects of Cooperation with OECD

IPAG Director Andrey Klimenko spoke at the Russian Ministry of Economic Development training workshop called “Practical Aspects of Cooperation with OECD”. The objective of the workshop was to familiarise the heads of federal executive agencies and their divisions with the work of the OECD, OECD standards and recommendations in a number of spheres of public administration and regulation, and the tasks facing the Russian Federation as a state acceding to the OECD.

Illustration for news: Public-Private Partnership: Legislative and Social Aspects

Public-Private Partnership: Legislative and Social Aspects

On 19 May in Nalchik, the Kudrin University of the Committee of Civil Initiatives hosted the workshop “Public-Private Partnership: Legislative and Social Aspects”. The discussion focused on practical issues pertaining to implementation of socio-economic development programmes for the region.