Regulatory Reforms - Implementation and Compliance: Proceedings of the Tenth Congress of the International Association of Legislation (IAL) in Veliky Novgorod, June 28th - 29th, 2012
Regulatory reforms and the quality of legislation are nowadays important issues discussed among legal scholars, legislative lawyers and politicians. In many countries and also at the level of the European Union efforts are made to improve regulations and to introduce new standards or to strengthen existing good practices. Reforms include substantial aspects (content of norms or public policies) as well as procedural or institutional aspects and the techniques and forms of regulation.
This publication contains contributions from the point of view of different countries and legal systems. Special focus is given on the situation in Russia where regulatory reforms meet particular challenges because the current context in many regards differs fundamentally from the Soviet past. The political, institutional, economic, technical and territorial conditions are indeed hardly comparable and require more profound and comprehensive changes than in most other countries. Furthermore, the contributions highlight the fact that reforms have to be implemented; it is not enough to merely decide them.
Modernization of the Normative Acts Form in the Electronic Enviroment.
This article analyzes research on the state of corruption in Russia. Study the concept of anti-corruption monitoring. Particular attention is paid to the monitoring of anti-corruption instruments as anti-corruption expertise, regulatory impact assessment, monitoring of public procurement.
This article is devoted to developmet of regulatory impact assessment (RIA) in Russia as part of the institutional reforms regarding legislative procedures.