Институциональные изменения и неправовые практики
Constitutional law conceptual space is part of conceptual space. The ontological structure of constitutional law consists of three layers — legal principles, positive constitutional law, traditions and practice. The third layer contains interalia constitutional law ethics. Constitutional law conceptualism is a kind of legal positivism. Constitutional law conceptualism presupposes some limited influence
in law and non exaggeration of significance of conceptual reality represented in signs and symbols as the text of the RF Constitution.
In the article the necessity of institutional changes on the way to sustainable ecological-economic development and the multidirectional nature of the process is proved. The authors offer the ways of forming effective institutional mechanism. And the features of institutional transformations in Russia are emphasized.
Main objective of this aticle is to reveal the role of business reputation the problematic sociojuridical environment, in which Russian business operates today. Special attention is drawn to the estimation of the level of intensity of civilized business attributes (severity of aw compliance, business liabilities, ethics, etc.) in the features, according to which successful businessmen and managers identify companies with good business reputation today. Another important issue considered in the article is most typical types of business reputation in contemporary Russia.
Over the recent years Russian audience has been leaving federal TV channels. At the same time, there is another trend showing the emergence of a large number of specialized niche channels. On the emerging market of specialized channels one can see a situation when there is no formal regulation of market agents’ activities that are fully developed and correspond market conditions. So far, public authorities and market agents make certain institutional compromise when sometimes formal rules can be partially ignored. So, we can expect some institutional changes in the nearest future.