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Redistributive Politics in Favor of Non-Governmental Organizations at the Federal Level in Russia: the Case of Presidential Grants

Student: Olga Zazulia

Supervisor: Anna Tarasenko

Faculty: Saint-Petersburg School of Social Sciences and Area Studies

Educational Programme: Politics and Governance (Master)

Final Grade: 9

Year of Graduation: 2016

The study is dedicated to redistributive policy relating to non-profit organizations at the federal level. The author describes operators strategies of presidential grants based on the interest group theory and a redistributive coalition phenomenon. The study covers the history of legal regulation of presidential grant competitions. Statistic data were used for the empiric study – 2015 competition results. The study has analyzed the composition of competition committees of grant operators and researched financial transparency of operators, collected data of target audiences of grants and grant related topics. There were examples of conflict of interest during the study. Redistributive coalitions of grant operators were described. The main result of the study was the selection of three strategies that are followed by operators of presidential grants.

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