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The problems of transplantation and modification of economic procurement institutes in modern Russia

The problems of transplantation and modification of economic procurement institutes in modern Russia

Journal of Economic Regulation, , Vol. 5 (no. 2),
p. 33-46

Transformational reforms in transition economy distinguished dramatic including significant failures associated with the inefficiency of the transplanted economic and legal institutes. One of the main reasons of the failure was unsatisfactory condition of economic science to determine inability to define the optimal trajectory of reforms. The serious research studied how to optimize the institutional reforms in Russia and abroad were initiated only in the middle and in the end 90s past century. This problem was characterized for created in post-Soviet Russia the system of public procurement. New institutes in this sphere were infected by corruption. In addition, many entrepreneurs have troubles with high level of transaction cost here. This situation fixed low efficiency of institutional reforms, analyzed in the publication.


Keywords: institutional change; transplantation (import) of economic institutes; government procurement; tenders; auctions; e-auctions; cultivation of institutes; procedures ofprocurement

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