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

Vladimir Yuzhakov  1, Elena Dobrolyubova 2, Andrei Pokida 3, Natalya Zybunovskaya 4
  • 1 PhD, Professor, Director of the Center for Technology Governance IPEA, RANEPA., Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration. 82 Vernadsky Av., 119571 Moscow, Russian Federation.
  • 2 Ph.D. (in Economics), Deputy Director of the Center for Public Administration Technologies, Institute of Applied Economic Research, Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation, (RANEPA), 82, Vernadsky Avenue, 119571 Moscow, Russian Federation.
  • 3 Ph.D. (in Sociology), Director of the Center for Socio-Political Monitoring, Institute of Social Sciences, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, 82 Vernadsky Av., 119571 Moscow, Russian Federation.
  • 4 Researcher, Center for Socio-Political Monitoring, Institute of Social Sciences Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, 119571, Moscow, Vernadskogo pr., 82.

INSPECTION AND REGULATORY ENFORCEMENT REFORM: EVALUATION FROM THE CITIZEN PERSPECTIVE

2019. No. 2. P. 71–92 [issue contents]
The reform of inspection and regulatory enforcement activities aims at improving public safety, i.e. life, health, property, lawful rights and interests, against a variety of risks. The key reform indicators include radical reduction in both frequency and scale of damage-related accidents. Despite the fact that the reform has been ongoing for a number of years, yet no systematic independent evaluation of its efficiency and impact on the level of public safety risks has been implemented.
This article presents the outcomes of representative sociological public surveys of the efficiency of inspection and regulatory enforcement activities undertaken in 2018 and 2019. The survey data suggests that despite some positive dynamics only 34.3 percent of respondents rate their safety against major types of risks as adequate. Most citizens note no changes in the public safety against major types of risks in the past two years. At the same time the percentage of citizens noting that state control and supervision are an important factor for ensuring public safety has dropped. The number of respondents applying to state control and supervision authorities for protection against risks to life, health, property and the like has also declined.
Overall, from the public viewpoint, inspection and regulatory enforcement reform has not yet resulted in significant reduction of risks to public safety. The article concludes with the recommendations on improving the reform implementation based on citizen perceptions.


Citation: Yuzhakov, V.N., Dobrolyubova, E.I, Pokida, A.N. & Zybunovskaya, N.V. (2019). Reforma kontrolno-nadzornoy deyatelnosti gosudarstva: Otsenka s pozitsii grazhdan [Inspection and Regulatory Enforcement Reform: Evaluation from the Citizen Perspective]. Public Administration Issues, no 2, pp. 71–92 (in Russian).
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