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Evidence-Based State Policy
[Доказательная Государственная Политика]


  • Voloshinskaya, Anna (Волошинская, Анна)

    () (Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA))

  • Komarov, Vladimir (Комаров, Владимир)

    () (Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA))


This paper studies the possibilities of improving Russia's Regulatory System based on worldwide best practices. The paper analyzes the new trend in the world of legislative practice - Evidence-based policy-making and shows the main advantages and possible difficulties in the application of the new approach. As shown in study Russia already has some elements of "evidence-based policy making", although this approach has not been recognized officially yet. In particular, regulatory impact assessment (RIA) procedure (a key element of the evidence-based policy) is widespread in Russia.

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  • Voloshinskaya, Anna (Волошинская, Анна) & Komarov, Vladimir (Комаров, Владимир), 2015. "Evidence-Based State Policy [Доказательная Государственная Политика]," Published Papers mak2, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
  • Handle: RePEc:rnp:ppaper:mak2

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    regulatory system; evidence-based policy-making; state policy; Russia;

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