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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF INSTITUTIONAL CHANGES OF IMPORTED INSTITUTIONS IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

ЭФФЕКТИВНОСТЬ ИНСТИТУЦИОНАЛЬНЫХ ИЗМЕНЕНИЙ ИМПОРТИРУЕМЫХ ИНСТИТУТОВ В ГОСУДАРСТВЕННОМ УПРАВЛЕНИИ

Evgeny Kapoguzov

State and Municipal Management Scholar Notes, 2020, vol. 2, 27-33

Abstract: The article concerns the issue of the effectiveness of institutional changes of imported institutions in public administration. The criteria for classifying institutions as imported are shown. A review of existing approaches to evaluation the effectiveness of institutional changes is made and the choice of an index approach for analyzing the effectiveness of institutional changes at the macro level in dynamics is substantiated. In relation to the Russian govern-ment reform, the planned and actual values of the GRICS (WGI) indices and the Corruption Perception Index (CPI) are presented and possible reasons explaining the lack of progress in these areas of the development of the public administration reform in Russia are shown. The importance of the microeconomic foundation of macro-effectiveness in relation to administrative reform in Russia and the element-based institutional analysis of the consequences of the introduction of imported institutions for improving institutional design and economic policy is described.

Keywords: Institutional changes; imported institutions; New State management; public administration efficiency indices; public administration reform; administrative reform; economic efficiency; institutional change efficiency; basic institutional development index (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2020
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