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NGOs' Impact on the Legislation in the Domain of Public Procurement Control in Russia

Student: Kseniia Vovk

Supervisor: Alexey Sergeevich Titkov

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Political Science (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2016

In the reason of representative democracy crisis, noncommercial organizations have been recently intensified their role. They are trying to interact with government in order to have any impact on lawmaking process. This trend is also observed in Russia. It is most noticeable in the area of public procurement as it is inextricably connected with the quality of citizens` life. The main purpose of this paper is to understand if there is any non-governmental organizations` impact on the legislation in the sphere of public procurement control in Russia and to what extent it belongs. The result anticipated is that there are three different types of organizations – pro-government, antigovernmental and government-neutral, and affiliation to one of them affects the stage of involvement in process of policy decision-making. As follows from the comparative analysis of their activities and hypothesis testing, the interaction model between government and the “third sector” is extrapolated on the Russian reality which characterizes their communication at the theoretical level.

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