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

Anna Golodnikova 1, Daniel Tsygankov 1
  • 1 National Research University Higher School of Economics, 20 Myasnitskaya Str., Moscow, 101000, Russian Federation

Regulatory Impact Assessment Targeting: International Approaches and Russian Experience

2015. No. 4. P. 7–40 [issue contents]

This article reviews approaches to optimize the subject area of regulatory impact assessment in Russia, selected OECD countries, the Eurasian Economic Commission and the European Commission. The authors set the task to systematize the approaches applied at various levels of regulation, identify best practices and provide recommendations to optimize the model of regulatory impact assessment in Russia.

The authors identified three types of «filters» that set the criteria for the selection of draft acts subject to assessment: (a) the «primary» filter that determines the scope of RIA, including types of regulations, and sometimes – certain policy areas subject to RIA, (b) the «secondary» filter aimed at the selection of acts according to their significance, and (c) exclusions from the RIA subject area. The selection of the optimal combination of criteria, providing the selection of acts, in regards to which it is possible and expedient to carry out RIA, largely determines the effectiveness of RIA institute.

Studying experience of the countries, leading in the field of RIA, allowed noting that despite differences in approaches, there is a number of common trends. Specifi cally, draft regulations should be the subject to assessment, first of all, if they have a significant impact on the stakeholders of regulation (excluding draft regulations aimed at the elimination of technical mistakes in the regulations, the adoption of organizational decisions by the authorities, informational documents, etc.), and, secondly, if the regulatory body is authorized to elaborate alternative options of solving regulatory problem (there is no specified directive on a certain decision). A common method of the selection of significant draft acts sets so-called «threshold values» of potential costs (for budget, business entities, or the economy as a whole) which may be caused by the adoption of the draft act.

In Russia, given the development of RIA procedure and clear understanding of the essence of the procedure as a cooperative communication with business and experts by government employees, formal criteria will be reduced, and the selection of draft acts for evaluation will largely depend on the discretion of the officials proceeding from the basic criteria – the degree of impact and the choice of alternatives.

Citation:

Golodnikova, A.E. & Tsygankov, D.B. (2015). «Targetirovanie» otsenki reguliruyushchego vozdeystviya: mezhdunarodnye podkhody i Rossiyskaya praktika [Regulatory Impact Assessment Targeting: International Approaches and Russian Experience]. Public Administration Issues , n. 4, pp. 7–40 (in Russian).

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