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Gaps in the State Regulation of the Digital Economy of Russia: the Legal Aspect

ФИО студента: Margarita Ziminova

Руководитель: Elena L. Zueva

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Economics, Management, and Business Informatics

Программа: Public Administration (Master)

Год защиты: 2021

The research paper examines the problem of the existence of gaps in the legal regulation of the digital economy. At the moment, the development of the digital economy is one of the priorities for the state, which is confirmed by the adoption of a number of concepts, strategies and the national project "Digital Economy of the Russian Federation". Based on the analysis of legal acts regulating the digital economy at the regional level, as well as field research, the main gaps in the legal regulation of the digital economy in the Perm Region were identified. In addition, proposals were developed to address the gaps in the legal regulation of the digital economy of the Perm Region, as well as an assessment of the expected results from their elimination.

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