Календарь публичного хозяйства: построить гармонию
The paper presents analysis of the UK presidency in the EU in 2005, its priorities and outcomes, reflected in the EU and UK documents and formal statements of the leaders. The analysis leads to a conclusion that in spite of the density of the Presidency agenda and simultaneous responsibility for the G8 Chairmanship, the Presidency achieved most of its objectives including successful agreement of the EU 2007-2013 financial perspective.
The paper is about sustainable public procurement as a new global trend in the development of a sustainable economy. The main question raised is the following: how sustainable public procurement could be implemented in Russia? The study aims to investigate the prospects of the implementation of sustainable public procurement in Russia. The author presents the findings of survey, covering public procurement practices of 51 contracting authorities and documentation analysis of 400 public tenders. The analysis of Russian legislation allows to determine the sections of procurement documentation, where different aspects of sustainability could be included. The conducted survey aims to identify the aspects of sustainable public procurement already used by public authorities in procuring practices in Russia. This paper provides the unique survey of sustainable procurement practices across the Russian public sector. Research also shows the prerequisites of implementation of sustainable public procurement in Russia.
Article is devoted to the legal regulation of the budget process at the stage of consideration and approval of budgets. Author considers in detail the procedure for consideration and approval of the federal law on the federal budget for the next fiscal year and planning period.