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Problems of legal regulation of entrepreneurial activity in the Russian Federation

ФИО студента: Polina Vyatchaninova

Руководитель: Kseniia Kondrateva

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities (Perm)

Программа: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Год защиты: 2021

The purpose of the final qualifying work is to study the problem of legal regulation of entrepreneurial activity in the Russian Federation. This goal is due to the rapid development of this area in modern Russian legislation, as well as the need to find an optimal balance between private and public interests, which will contribute to the development of economic relations and not limit the interests of both individuals and the state. In accordance with the purpose, the objectives of the study are to designate the concept and features of entrepreneurial activity; determination of business entities and their characteristics; analysis of private interest as a component of entrepreneurial activity, based on contractual regulation; characteristics of public law regulation of entrepreneurial activity; identification of forms of administrative and legal regulation of entrepreneurial activity, as well as substantiation of the problem of administrative responsibility in the field of entrepreneurial activity. As a result of writing the final qualifying work, all the tasks were achieved. Based on the analysis of normative legal acts, decisions of the highest courts, judicial practice, official statistical sources and scientific literature, it was concluded that the process of improving the regulation of entrepreneurial activity requires great efforts both on the part of the legislator and on the part of the subjects participating in it. And also about the need to develop a policy of private and public regulation based on the principles of civil and business law, the interests of citizens and modern changes, and the challenges of the economic environment. The final qualifying work consists of three chapters and six paragraphs, an introduction, a conclusion and a bibliography.

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