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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Mariya Andrianova
Mechanisms of Improving Efficiency and Performance of Civil Servants
Public Administration
(Bachelor’s programme)
8
2016
Currently, increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of civil servants is one of the priorities in public administration. This work is devoted to the study of mechanisms of increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of the Russian officials. Theoretical and practical bases of research comprise studies of foreign and domestic experts in the field of enhancing the efficiency of the civil service, well-known governance concepts, legal acts of the Russian Federation, documents of public authorities carried out 10 in-depth interviews with respondents, participant observation and participation in the activities of the Government of Moscow.

The practical significance of the study allows to use the main proposals and results of this work for the introduction of a mechanism to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of the civil servants in Russian Federation.

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