Институциональные Факторы Государственной Регуляторной Эффективности
[Institutional factors of state regulatory efficiency]
AbstractCorruption as an institutional factor of the state regulatory efficiency is seen in disfunction of distributed decision-making system at the national level. The effectiveness of state power is determined by the development of non-discretionary decision-making mechanisms and institutional frameworks that limit officials' voluntarism by establishing clear criteria for evaluating their performance. Thus, there are two polar set of institutional factors of state regulatory efficiency: negative (corruption) and positive (institutions of social responsibility and social control).
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Efficiency; institutes; governance; corruption;
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