Institutions and society

Regulatory policy in Russia: key trends the architecture of the future

By 11.11.2018 June 11th, 2019 No Comments

The regulatory policy report is the latest in a series written in cooperation with the Higher School of Economics and expert and business communities during the work on a comprehensive strategy to modernize the public administration system in Russia. For CSR, changing the regulatory policy along with introducing modern managerial approaches to public administration, personnel policy, and large-scale digital transformation, is a priority for successful structural reforms.

The ideas and suggestions on the regulatory policy presented by CSR were of great interest to the Russian business community. CSR received dozens of conceptual proposals from experts, businessmen, and public officials from all over Russia. We worked on promising regulatory policy tools and a comprehensive strategy for two years and a major part of our deliverables can be found in Chapter 3 of this report. Many of these proposals were also included in the Development Strategy for 2018–2024 presented by CSR at the request of the Russian President.

Hopefully, systematizing the problems and evaluating the existing regulatory policy tools will help gain a better understanding of the comprehensive set of proposals that CSR has come up with, and that the proposals themselves will be used by the executive and legislative authorities.