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Controlled Parameters of the System for Assessing the Regulatory Impact of a Region


Irina I. RAKHMEEVA Cand. Sc. (Econ.), Sr, Lecturer of Regional & Municipal Economics and Governance Dept.


The paper deals with the controlled parameters of the system for assessing the regulatory impact (RIA) in a federal subject of Russia. The methodological basis of the study is a set of regional economics approaches and neo-institutional economic theory. Based on the methods of system-structural and factor analysis, the author points out a number of elements of the RIA system in a federal subject of Russia: actors, organisational structure, subject field and assessment technique. We analyse the content and effect of the controlled parameters on the quality of assessment, the functioning and the development of the entire RIA system. In particular, the paper specifies the system’s actors, clarifies their functional roles and interconnections in federal subjects of Russia. The study develops effective measures for managing the revealed parameters of the RIA system, including those conditioned by digitalisation of economy. The research results and the author’s proposals can be useful for government officials to perfect the RIA system in federal subjects of Russia, which, in turn, can contrubute to the formation of a favourable regulatory environment and business climate of a region.


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For citation: Rakhmeeva I.I. Controlled Parameters of the System for Assessing the Regulatory Impact of a Region. Upravlenets – The Manager, 2018, vol. 9, no. 5, pp. 48–57. DOI: 10.29141/2218-5003-2018-9-5-5.