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Comparative analysis of public procurement efficiency in two public sector organizations under different regulatory regime

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The reform of budget sector entities enables us to compare the impact of different types of public procurement regulations in budget and autonomous organizations in Russia. Such analysis is important in the view of a critical discussion of the effects of the current procurement regulation (94-FL) as well as taking into account the introduction of the Federal Contract System in 2014.Using differences in the differences methodology, we consider public procurements of two national universities in 2011-2012. All procurements of the first university were regulated by the 94-FL requirements. Procurements of the second university were regulated by the 94-FL until June 2011. Later this university introduced its own Procurements Provision. Comparative analysis of the procurements of these organizations enables us to estimate the impact of different types of regulations on the efficiency of public procurement measured by the level of competition and price decline in public tenders as well as timely executionof procurement contracts.

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  • Andrey Yakovlev & Andrey Tkachenko & Olga Demidova & Olga Balaeva, 2013. "Comparative analysis of public procurement efficiency in two public sector organizations under different regulatory regime," Public administration issues, Higher School of Economics, issue 2, pages 5-36.
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