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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Anna Mazhuga
Assessment of the Russian Governmental Effectiveness in the Area of Social Regulation
Faculty of Politics
Bachelor’s programme
2014
In this work we make an attempt to construct objective governmental effectiveness estimations. The goal of the research is to assess governmental effectiveness in Russian Federation in the sphere of struggle against poverty and unemployment. To achieve this goal we perform following tasks:1)Build one model for poverty in regions based on the income index and construct effectiveness estimations;2)Build similar model and construct estimations for unemployment;3)Dynamics analysis (2007-2011), common trajectories description;4)Regression analysis for explanation of political support level through the effectiveness rates.As a result of employing DEA we have worked out the social effectiveness rates in Russian regions, described main trajectories of their changes and used them in regression model of political support to the ruling party.

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