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Analysis of the Practice of Delegating of Regulatory and Supervisory Functions of the State to Private Sector Organizations
[Анализ Практики Делегирования Организациям Частного Сектора Регулятивных И Контрольных Функций Государства]

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  • Kireeva, Anastasia (Киреева, Анастасия)

    () (Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA); Gaidar Institute for Economic Policy)

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The article problems of the legitimacy of increasing costs of legality due to the expansion of the sphere of state control, and problems due to making private companies to assist the state control. The conclusion is that the costs of private companies connected with the assisting in state control should be considered as para-fiscal duties.

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  • Kireeva, Anastasia (Киреева, Анастасия), 2015. "Analysis of the Practice of Delegating of Regulatory and Supervisory Functions of the State to Private Sector Organizations [Анализ Практики Делегирования Организациям Частного Сектора Регулятивных," Published Papers mn30, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
  • Handle: RePEc:rnp:ppaper:mn30
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