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The Problem of Noncompetitive Behavior in Public Purchase

Student: Vladimir Matveev

Supervisor: Anastasia Goyzman

Faculty: Faculty of Economics

Educational Programme: Economics (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2017

This final qualifying work is devoted to the problem of non-competitive behavior in public procurement. The purpose of this work is to study the market of state purchases of fuels and lubricants of the Orekhovo-Zuevo district (Moscow region) and to examine the interaction parameters of procurement participants in this market. The work consists of an introduction, three chapters and a conclusion. The first chapter narrates about the main stages of the development of the state order system in Russia. Also, the author is formulating concepts, principles of the contract system in the Russian Federation and criteria for selecting a supplier for order implementation. The second part is devoted to the categories of non-competitive behavior: collusion and corruption. The author systematizes the characteristics of the market, which influence collusion, also the author analyses basic documents on conflict resolution and collusion. In the third chapter, the author has conducted a survey on the fuels and lubricants market in the Orekhovo-Zuevsky district of the Moscow Region from 2007 to 2017 using methods of network analysis. Based on the results of the conducted studies, it can be concluded that the participants of the market are repeatedly, systematically interacting; also the author concluded that there are participants in the purchasing area who do not serve orders, but who perform some other role in the process of interaction between the procurement participants.

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