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Empirical Public Procurement

ФИО студента: Pilipentseva Anna

Руководитель: Vitalijs Jascisens

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Economic Sciences

Программа: Economics (Bachelor)

Год защиты: 2020

In this paper, I study the effect of introduction of e-procurement in Russia. I analyze two consecutive amendments to federal law 44 (FZ 44): one gives an opportunity for e-procurement on a voluntary basis, another - makes e-procurement mandatory. In my work, I rely on a difference-in-difference framework which allows me to access the causal effect of the reforms on the outcome variables. As a result of my study, I conclude that introduction of e-procurement in Russia lead to the improvement of such procurement outcomes as ratio of final to reserve price, number of applicants and execution time. I also obtain a surprising result that suggests that reforms affected the average contract sum of the buyers in the opposite direction.

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