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Book chapter

Transparency of Public Policy in Russia: From Imitation to Innovation

P. 1-36.
Menshikova G. A., Pruel N. A., Rubtсova M. V., Varlamova Y.

This paper is devoted to new challenges in public administration in Russia which includes law requirements of transparency of public policy and difficulties of their implementation. The theoretical framework is based on both Good Governance theory and Democratic theory. Data comes from the case study based on real practices of Russian public administration. These cases can demonstrate possibilities and limitations of the current administrative reform. The results can help to create a “road map” of government bodies including the pioneers of transparent policy and the actors who try to reduce a transparent activity.

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Transparency of Public Policy in Russia: From Imitation to Innovation
Rubtсova M. V., Меньшикова Г. А., Пруель Н. А. et al. NY: Nova Science Publishers Inc, 2020.