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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Ekaterina Gudilina
The Problems of Improving Efficiency of the Russian Legislation
2017
The work consists of an introduction, two chapters, including four paragraphs, which reveal the main directions of research, conclusions and a bibliographic list.

In the first paragraph of the first chapter "The Effectiveness of Russian Legislation as a Theoretical and Methodological Problem", the formation of the concept of effectiveness and its applicability in jurisprudence is analyzed.

In the second paragraph of the first chapter "The Effectiveness of Russian Legislation as a Theoretical and Methodological Problem", methods for assessing the effectiveness of Russian legislation at both the federal and regional levels are considered. It is emphasized that the assessment of the effectiveness of legislation is one of the main stages in the implementation of legal monitoring. The revealed peculiarities of conducting legal monitoring and assessing the effectiveness of legislation do not allow us to speak about the formed scientific doctrine on this issue.

In the first paragraph of the second chapter, "Directions to improve the effectiveness of Russian legislation," the question is raised about the extent of the legal impact (legal regulation). It is noted that finding a causal relationship between legal norms, their enforcement and implementation, and changes in social relations is not always possible. There are situations when social changes have been caused by non-legal reasons, and the link between law and public relations found has exclusively temporal characteristics. That is why the study of possible links between legal impact and social change must be based on the principles of transdisciplinarity (which allows, for example, to prove the effects of the right to economic and social changes in society).

In the second paragraph of the second chapter, "Directions to improve the effectiveness of Russian legislation," an attempt was made to examine the effectiveness of legislation as a complex index.

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