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L. : Pluto Press, 2005
Applying Australia’s Experience to Russia’s Anti-Corruption Policies in the Police: An Event Structure Analysis of an Australian Corrupt Network
, , Мир России: Социология, этнология 2016 Vol. 25 No. 2 P. 98-122
There is a commonly held belief that police corruption in Russia is rampant. While many scholars have proposed policies on how Russian police can modernize, extant research has been static or linear. Studying the history of the developed nation-states which have successfully tackled corruption and experienced similar social organizations of shadow practices is a better ...
Added: April 14, 2016
, Baltic Rim Economies 2015 No. 3 P. 22
As a result of this corrupt capture of government, the ruling political regime in post-Communist Russia has definitively formed into an authoritarian, kleptocratic, corporate regime that is based on political and economic corruption, while the dominant social class has become the Russian nomenklatura, rooted in its Communist predecessor. ...
Added: May 31, 2015
, , , Post-Soviet Affairs 2017 Vol. 33 No. 5 P. 411-429
Few tasks are more important in the post-communist setting than rebuilding the welfare state. We study individual preferences for increasing social welfare spending to reduce inequality. Using two surveys of about 34,000 and 37,000 Russians we show great importance of the bridging type of social capital for redistribution preferences in Russia as it precludes possibilities ...
Added: June 7, 2017
, , et al., Public Money & Management 2022 P. 1-10
This article studies the practice of predetermined choice of suppliers in public procurement in post-socialist countries. The authors conducted an online survey of suppliers in Russia and Slovakia in 2020, revealing that, despite different models of procurement regulation, this practice was being widely used in both countries. Some were justifying predetermined choice to guarantee due delivery and quality. Surprisingly, ...
Added: December 2, 2022
, , , , in : Global Corruption Report 2004. Transparency International. : L. : Pluto Press, 2004. P. 246-250.
Added: June 20, 2014
, , Journal of Competition Law & Economics 2015 Vol. 11 No. 2 P. 331-352
Why do people violate the law? The Hobbesian outlook would be that people violate the law in the absence of appropriate punishment. John Stuart Mill would have attributed the violation to the lack of incentives to behave legally. In this paper, we combine these two factors to examine the effect of antitrust regulation on price ...
Added: October 21, 2014
, , Routine Corruption in Russia During the Reigns of Catherine II and Alexander I / Basic Research Programme. Series HUM "Humanities". 2016.
This articles uses the account records books from a variety of Golitsyn estates in the late eighteenth- early ninetieth century to assess the level of "routine corruption" in Imperial Russia. The data from these books allows us to identify individual cases of unofficial payments made by the estates and by peasant commune to the district-level ...
Added: December 7, 2016
, Журнал исследований социальной политики 2016 Т. 14 № 2 С. 213-228
In spite of institutional change, corrupt networks have been tremendously successful enterprises at the expense of the public good and continue to return and evolve with new elements. For corruption to prosper it must possess an efficient and resilient social organization. Given the understudied nature of organized police corruption and its detrimental consequences for socioeconomic ...
Added: June 7, 2016
, Россия и современный мир 2012 № 1 С. 52-64
Procedural destination of political and public components of polyarchic democracy lies in the provision of political, informational and. On the whole, social competition. Only high quality functioning of democratic norms can ensure permanent political and civil control over public administration which is a key condition of effective counteracting and suppressing corruption. ...
Added: May 30, 2012
, Журнал институциональных исследований 2016 Т. 8 № 2 С. 62-75
Despite institutional change, corrupt networks have been tremendously successful enterprises at the expense of the public good; returning and evolving with new elements. For public sector corruption to prosper, bureaucracies must possess certain structural characteristics which facilitate criminal behavior. Although public organizations have been largely studied, it is less clear how their structure creates opportunities ...
Added: June 23, 2016
, , et al., Psychology in Russia: State of the Art 2020 Vol. 13 No. 3 P. 79-95
Background.In both Russia and Greece, corruption is a serious problem. In Greece, the level of corruption is one of the highest in the EU, and in Russia it is one of the highest in the world. Objective. Three questions were addressed: (1) Are basic human values related to the acceptability of corruption for individuals in both ...
Added: September 9, 2020
The Academic Study In The 1990s And 2000s Of The History And Practice Of Awarding Academic Degrees And Titles In Russia
, The Academic Study In The 1990s And 2000s Of The History And Practice Of Awarding Academic Degrees And Titles In Russia / Basic Research Programme. Series HUM "Humanities". 2014. No. WP BRP 46/HUM/2014.
This article reconstructs the activity of the 'Alexander Yakushev school', a scholarly movement whose representatives over the last 20 years have studied the history of awarding academic degrees in the Russian Empire, the USSR and the Russian Federation. The causes of this school's emergence, its research areas are analyzed, and its achievements are evaluated. The ...
Added: May 6, 2014
, , Teachers’ beliefs about student diversity: exclusive and inclusive models / National Research University Higher School of Economics. Series WP BRP "Basic research program". 2017. No. 43.
This article provides an empirically grounded analysis for two fundamentally different models of math teachers’ beliefs about student diversity in Russian secondary schools: exclusive and inclusive models. Although teachers’ beliefs are considered a central factor for the differentiated approach, teachers’ attitudes could be stereotyped and, consequently, the evaluation of a student’s ability would be systematically ...
Added: October 20, 2016
М. : Три квадрата, 2010
В чем особенности исторического пути России? Сегодня этот вопрос интересует не только ученых и политиков, но и широкий круг рядовых граждан. Тот же вопрос задавали себе и немцы, как до объединения Германии, так и в различные кризисные периоды существования этой страны. Сама идеология (система взглядов) «особого пути» России оказывается вовсе не особенной, не уникально российской. Почему ...
Added: April 7, 2013
, Baltic Rim Economics 2012 № 4 С. 53-53
The chapter deals with the new directions of science, technology and innovation (STI) policy in Russia, initiatives and tendencies of the STI development that surfaced over the past years. ...
Added: June 17, 2013
, , in : Russian Federation 2012. Short-term prognosis. : Tartu : Tartu University Press, 2012. P. 173-174.
Prognosis of the development of relationship between Russia and Latin America. ...
Added: December 11, 2012
, Демографическое обозрение 2019 Vol. 6 No. 5 P. 70-93
This paper is devoted to the analysis of the starting events marking the transition to adulthood, such as completion of education (vocational and higher), first employment, first separation from parents, first partnership, first marriage, and first childbirth. The dataset of the research is the Russian part of the Generations and Gender Survey (GGS). We prepared a ...
Added: November 23, 2020
, , The Reform of Skill Formation in Russia: Regional Responses / Высшая школа экономики. Series PS "Political Science". 2014. No. WP BRP 19/PS/2014.
How and when do employers and governments cooperate to overcome skill shortages? Existing literature in the VOC tradition distinguishes between coordinated market and liberal market economy approaches. So far, however, little research has addressed this problem in the context of emerging market economies. This paper uses the case of Russia to address the ways in ...
Added: December 3, 2014
, , et al., Экономическая социология 2014 Т. 15 № 1 С. 61-88
Corruption as social phenomenon is studied by a variety of disciplines ― anthropology, criminology, development theory, economics, political science, psychology, sociology. Each of them has developed its own scientific traditions associated with different methods of collecting and analyzing empirical data, such as participant observation in anthropology or sociological interviews.In this paper we describe experimental methods, ...
Added: June 7, 2015
, , , В кн. : Сборник материалов III Международной научно-практической конференции «Инновационная экономика и менеджмент: методы и технология» 16-17 мая 2018 г. : М. : ООО «Грин Принт», 2020. С. 294-299.
In this paper we analyse the influence of innovation drivers and barriers on the introduction of various types of innovation by knowledge-intensive business services (KIBS) companies. The analysis based on a survey of 449 Russian companies that was conducted in 2015. It was found that different types of innovation (technological, marketing, and organisational) are influenced by different drivers and ...
Added: July 17, 2020
, The Interaction of Grassroots Communities and Local Authorities in Russia / Высшая школа экономики. Series EC "Economics". 2015. No. 97.
Taking into consideration the underdevelopment of the Russian civil community it is of essential interest to touch upon local communities (known as TOS). Local governments and TOS communities could provide similar services and as such cooperate or compete with each other. Community initiatives could supplant poorly performing government services, or governments could outsource to communities ...
Added: July 28, 2015
, Философские науки 2014 № 3 С. 54-83
Modernity - especially in its Russian conditions - is dealing with a serious challenge to civilization, which appears intellectually search for a new type of rationality that goes beyond its target and value models, built on the basis of measures of freedom and harmony as a responsibility. ...
Added: December 28, 2014
Developing instruments to assess and compare the quality of engineering education: the case of China and Russia
, , et al., Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 2016 Vol. 41 No. 5 P. 770-786
Relatively little is known about differences in the quality of engineering education within and across countries because of the lack of valid instruments that allow for the assessment and comparison of engineering students’ skill gains. The purpose of our study is to develop and validate instruments that can be used to compare student skill gains ...
Added: April 7, 2016
, , European Politics and Society 2015 Vol. 16 No. 1 P. 1-10
The purpose of this editorial is to set the context for the special issue on modernisation in European Union (EU)–Russian relations. It therefore first locates the Partnership for Modernisation in the context of EU–Russian relations, identifying its place vis-à-vis the 1994 Partnership and Cooperation Agreement, 2005 Common Spaces and negotiations on a new EU– Russian ...
Added: October 7, 2015