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Outsourcing as a Tool of State Management

Student: Anna Semikova

Supervisor: Irina V. Mikheeva

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2016

This final paper is devoted to the comprehensive analysis of outsourcing as a tool of public administration. The author analyses doctrinal and practical approaches to the understanding of outsourcing public service. The outsourcing public service’ forms are introduced, which help to reveal the content of outsourcing relations. The thorough examination of the Russian and foreign legislation in the context of outsourcing public service has shown contradictions between Russian law and the foreign countries’ standards. Taking the outsourcing practice in different areas of domestic and foreign public administration, the author has conducted the specific features of outsourcing administrative and management processes. In this regard, most conclusions are theoretical. Nevertheless, the author does not exclude the possibility and advisability of designing the systematic legal act on outsourcing in public administration.

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