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

M. Tkachenko 1, George Borshhevskiy  2
  • 1 Consultant of the Department of competition Moscow City Competition Policy, a post-graduate student of the Moscow City Government University of Management in Moscow, Moscow City Government University of Management in Moscow. 28 Sretenka Str., Moscow 107045, Russian Federation
  • 2 PhD (history), Associate Professor, Department of Civil Service and Personnel Policy, RANEPA, Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration. 84 Vernadskogo Av., Moscow 119606, Russian Federation.

Some of the Institutional aspects of self-regulationof economic activity in Russia

2013. No. 3. P. 176–186 [issue contents]
The article studies interdisciplinary concept of self-regulation, particularly in its national domestic practice. Reduction in the degree of state control and regulation meets the basic idea of the administrative reform, and the authors believe that the ultimate goal should be in building up an affective chain of interacting: consumers – producers, self-regulatory organizations (SROs) – state.
The forms of self-regulation in Russia are voluntary and delegated. It is noted that almost 70% of the SROs are in the construction industry. From this quantitative imbalance a conclusion is drawn about the need of a balanced and differentiated approach to the regulation of SROs.
In the authors opinion, to develop self-regulation must be an important part of the reform of public administration, while practice reveals lack of the conceptual unity on the issue. One of the most important ways to improve the rules could be a framework law on SRO. It seems necessary to classify the SROs on the basis of activities and specific industries, divide them by the SRO of small, medium and large businesses. The authors propose changes in the law according to which the size of contributions of members of the SRO will be connected with the indicators of the turnover of the capital; introduce a differential classification of the SRO; to regulate the procedure for conducting inspections of the SROs.
The authors emphasize the need of the introduction of standardization and regulation implemented by the SROs. There is a gap between the content of vocational education and skill requirements of the labor market, which makes urgent the task of coordinating and integrating state professional standards and state educational standards. A significant role in this process should belong to the SRO.
The formulated proposals are practical and were tested by the authors in the bodies of state power, which recognized the need to revitalize these areas.
Citation: Tkachenko Maksim V., Borshhevskiy Georgiy A. (2013) Nekotorye problemy samoregulirovaniya khozyaystvennoy deyatel'nosti v Rossii [Some of the Institutional aspects of self-regulationof economic activity in Russia ] Public Administration Issues, no 3, pp. 176-186 (in Russian)
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