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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Darya Kozyreva
International Comparisons of the Role of the Competition Authority and Other Authorities in the Implementation of Anti-Corruption Policies
Economics
(Bachelor’s programme)
2016
Final qualifying work contains 46 pages and 1 circuit.

Keywords: corruption, anti-corruption, anti-monopoly authority, the Federal Antimonopoly Service of Russia, anti-corruption policy

The aim of this research work is international comparison of anti-corruption policies, and at the same time defining the role of the authorities (in particular the competition authority) for its implementation.

Achieving this goal involves the following tasks:

1. To study the basic models for economic corruption.

2. Determine which takes the form of corruption, which authorities are struggling with this in Russia and abroad.

3. Analyze how the competition authority related to anti-corruption, to see what is its role in Russia.

4. Conduct research practice antimonopoly authorities of a number of countries to find out their specificity and compare.

5. Get the theoretical conclusions.

In this study, it was found that the sharply defined action by the competition authority in countering political corruption have been identified in the countries we examined. There's the main tasks of the bodies responsible for antitrust regulation are: the maintenance of free competition in the production and sale of goods and services and preventing the establishment of a monopoly on the market. Also some of them are concerned with consumer protection, regulation of prices, mergers and acquisitions, and others.

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