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Research and educational journal
Published quarterly since 2007
ISSN 1999-5431
E-ISSN 2409-5095

Alexandra Shubenkova1
  • 1 National Research University Higher School of Economics, 20 Myasnitskaya Str., Moscow, 101000, Russian Federation

Comparative Analysis of Public Involvement into the Formulation of National Strategies in Russia, Norway and South Korea

2012. No. 2. P. 162–173 [issue contents]

This article gives an analysis of the processes of public participation in the formulation of strategies in various state systems. A key focus will be given to the comparison of several countries to assess their positions on: a) the composition of actors involved in the formulation of strategies; b) the coordination of the participation of actors in the formulation of the strategy provisions; c) the instruments for promoting this participation of actors. The research hypothesis assumes that such indicators as the composition of actors, coordination and the instruments will all vary at the stage of formulating strategies in countries with different political systems.

The task of the study is to contribute to the design and practical application of the principles of strategic management in the public administration in Russia.

Results: the research shows that the systems of strategic management in the RF, South Korea and Norway are different for legal reasons, thrust of the decisions in the power hierarchy. Some gaps of the legal field governing the formulation of the state strategy in Russia have been fixed.

Conclusions: as the research shows, countries with strong and sustainable democratic regimes (Norway, South Korea) ensure a broad public participation in making state strategy provisions. In the country with a less sustainable regime (Russia) public representation in the process of formulating a strategy at its development stage is not similarly implemented: public groups are not included in the strategic regulation at the stage of formulating.

Citation: SHUBENKOVA A. U. (2012) Sravnitel'nyy analiz uchastiya obshchestvennykh grupp v formulirovanii gosudarstvennykh strategiy v Rossii, Norvegii i Yuzhnoy Koree [Comparative Analysis of Public Involvement into the Formulation of National Strategies in Russia, Norway and South Korea] Public Administration Issues, 2, pp. 162-173 (in Russian)
ISSN 1999-5431
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