Adjustment of Conventional PSE’s Methodology for Economy in Transition
This article sets out to describe the current situation in the social housing sector in Russia. The author presents the historical background of social housing in Russia, it’s development and current conditions in the context of the transition from planned housing sector to one governed by market relations. The article also contains the analysis of the key structural elements of the social housing sector and expert evaluation of how well the social housing works as a mechanism for improving the housing conditions of the poor and vulnerable groups of population. The important role in the article is given to the legal status of social housing tenants, rent-setting policies and the problems of social housing finance. The main development opportunities and the main challenges for housing policy are revealed in the final sections of the article.
This article is devoted to the corruption risks arising from the active use of electronic trading platforms, including fraudulent and corruption schemes, as well as modern technologies for their neutralization. In particular, to minimize these risks, it is proposed to use a smart contract, a computer algorithm designed to conclude and maintain commercial contracts using blockchain technology. Using modern methods of scientific analysis, the authors identify the main problems associated with trying digital technologies on trading platforms and consider the problems of legislation in the field of combating corruption.
The article argues that the results of modernization are determined by the growth of innovation potential. The success of modernization depends on the coherence of technological, educational and communication strategies.