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Эффекты path dependence и экономии от масштаба в российском законотворчестве
[The effects of path dependence and economies of scale in the Russian lawmaking]

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  • Рубинштейн А.А.
  • Кирдина С.Г.

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В статье представлены результаты очередного этапа мониторинга законодательного процесса в Российской Федерации, который производится в Институте экономики РАН с 2008 г. Для мониторинга используется оригинальная база данных атрибутики федеральных (федеральных конституционных) законов Российской Федерации LAWSTREAM.RU, выложенная в открытом доступе (www.inecon.org и www.kirdina.ru). База сформирована на основе 2-х открытых источников: официального сайта Государственной Думы РФ и интернет-верссии справочной правовой системы КонсультантПлюс, охватывает период с 1994 по 2014 г. Анализируются сроки принятия законов; охват сфер регулирования; структура инициаторов внесения законов; соотношение новых законов и поправок в действующее законодательство. Продемонстрированы эффекты возрастающей отдачи и зависимости от предшествующего развития в законодательной сфере современной российской власти.

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  • Рубинштейн А.А. & Кирдина С.Г., 2014. "Эффекты path dependence и экономии от масштаба в российском законотворчестве
    [The effects of path dependence and economies of scale in the Russian lawmaking]
    ," Working papers a:pru174:y:2014:1, Institute of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:rua:wpaper:a:pru174:y:2014:1
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    • B52 - Schools of Economic Thought and Methodology - - Current Heterodox Approaches - - - Historical; Institutional; Evolutionary
    • C49 - Mathematical and Quantitative Methods - - Econometric and Statistical Methods: Special Topics - - - Other
    • K40 - Law and Economics - - Legal Procedure, the Legal System, and Illegal Behavior - - - General
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