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

Valeriy Achkasov 1, Marya Rozanova 2
  • 1 Doctor of Philosophy, Professor of STSU, Head of the Department of Ethnopolitology, Saint Petersburg State University 1/3 Smolnyi Str., entrance 7, St. Petersburg 191060, Russian Federation.
  • 2 Ph.D., Professor of RSHU; Head of the Center for Civil, Social, Scientific, and Cultural Initiatives "STRATEGIA", Russian State Hydrometeorological University. 98 Malookhtinsky Prospect, St. Petersburg 195196, Russian Federation.

AN OPEN GOVERNMENT IMPLEMENTATION MODEL FOR MIGRATION MANAGEMENT: THE CASE OF RUSSIA

2016. No. 5. P. 77–91 [issue contents]
Large-scale migration against the full spectrum of demographic, economic and socio-cultural challenges in Russia highlight the necessity for further reconsideration of the deeply rooted vestiges of traditional models of public administration based on Weber’s theory of rational bureaucracy. Authors argue that the newly forming concept of Good Governance through the implementation of the core principles of the Open Government model – the inclusion principle and the principle of information transparency in government – can be an adequate response to the complexity of the changing reality, i.e., Russia’s current and future challenges.
The authors present an inclusive migration concept – Immigration as Affiliation (H. Motomura) – as complementing the Good Governance concept in the sphere of government migration management. To describe existing effective mechanisms of and existing barriers to this migration concept implementation, sequential analysis is provided both for the sphere of public administration, and public service in Russia.

Citation: Achkasov, V.A. & Rozanova, M.S. (2016). An Open Government Implementation Model for Migration Management: The Case of Russia. Public Administration Issues, no 5 (Special Issue, electronic edition), pp. 77–91 (in English).
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