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Changing Patterns of Interaction between Business and Government in Russia at 2008-2018

Student: Olga Osnach

Supervisor: Sergey Parkhomenko

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Political Analysis and Public Policy (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2018

In this paper, the evolution of interaction between business and government in Russia in 208-2018 is presented. The work focuses on the impact of political and economic crises on the changing patterns of interaction between business and government in modern Russia. The theoretical base is included in the work and interaction models of different researchers are considered, and the author's position and its justification are given. The research paper presents the results of media content analysis and the calculation of the "resource exchange" between the Russian government and the business community. Companies that are able to interact with the authorities in varying degrees are subject to comparison. The causes and features of this interaction are also considered. On the basis of the data obtained, graphs of the political network were constructed, which were included in this work.

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