Long-Term Priorities of Competition Policy: A Systematic Approach
Долгосрочные приоритеты конкурентной политики: системный подход
Alexander Kurdin ()
Working Papers from Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration
The work evaluates the main directions of Russia's competition policy on the basis of the current regulatory and legal framework and determines its long-term priorities using a systemic approach. The competitive policy of Russia is considered as a system that includes the norms of antimonopoly legislation and related branches of law, as well as a wide range of organizations that ensure their implementation. The paper identifies the functional priorities that ensure the stable functioning of this system, as well as sectoral priorities related to specific objects of competition policy and allow the most efficient distribution of efforts and resources to achieve the goals of state economic policy in general.
Pages: 45 pages
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