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Modern Models Of Interaction Between Business And Government In Russia: Corporatism Or Pluralism?

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  • Alexander N. Shokhin

    () (National Research University Higher School of Economics)

  • Kirill Kisel

    () (National Research University Higher School of Economics)

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This work focuses on studying and defining the modern models of interaction between business and government. The fact that Russia is in a new stage of development and a course of modernization, for better interaction between business and government there is a need for institutionalized cooperation, daily dialogue, and a system of a joint goal-setting and decision-making. This work identifies the characteristic features of the interaction model between business and government through business associations. In this working paper we analyze different approaches to the problem of interaction between business and government. According to Russian realities we suggested the typologization of models of interaction between business and government. This typology is based on an analysis of the institutional practices in leading foreign states. The empirical base of research is a series of interviews with representatives of the business community, the heads and staff of business structures, business associations and public authorities. This paper shows that a model of interaction between business and government through business associations is the most effective for the Russian Federation. In this study several different tasks are solved: to examine existing approaches to business and government interaction; to compare existing models of interaction between business and government; to characterize institutional practices in foreign countries.

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  • Alexander N. Shokhin & Kirill Kisel, 2014. "Modern Models Of Interaction Between Business And Government In Russia: Corporatism Or Pluralism?," HSE Working papers WP BRP 14/PS/2014, National Research University Higher School of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:hig:wpaper:14/ps/2014
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    business; government; interaction; GR; policy making; interest groups; lobbying; business associations;

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