Higher Education Economy in Russia: Evolution of Legal Forms and Norms
VOPROSY ECONOMIKI, 2005, vol. 11
After 1991 the legislative basis of education economy in Russia has evolved from late-Soviet constrained subjectiveness not to full subjectiveness but to its elimination. The legislature didn’t mark the difference between legal and economic norms, between the free character of education and its accessibility. As the author points out, the activity of all branches of state power in this sphere has committed deviations from constitutional norms as well as related federal codes and laws and their practical realization. These deviations have not allowed the educational system to function adequately. Some measures on improving the situation are considered in the article.
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