SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, AND POLITICAL ASPECTS OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION SYSTEM: THE EXPERIENCE OF RUSSIA AND THE COUNTRIES OF THE BALTIC REGION

Elena Zolochevskaya, Mariya Shtepa, Armine Babayan

Abstract


The growing macroeconomic and political tensions between Russia and the Baltic States since the latter entered into the European Union have emphasized an urgency in establishing reciprocal relationships, based on common ground and mutual interests, to relieve the consequences of sanctions and restrictive policies. The article is aimed at highlighting the distinctions in the public administration framework in Russia and Baltic countries. Thus, the political power from forming a system of public administration can leverage influence on the social and economic relations in conditions of legitimacy and participation of civil society arrangements. The article involves comparative evaluation of Russian and Baltic model of public administration as well as deep comparison of public-private partnership (PPP) and state procurement models in Russia and abroad. Authors highlighted pros and cons of both Russian and foreign frameworks, resulting in “cooperation-prosperity” course.

Keywords


public administration, social-economic relations, education

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12955/cbup.v6.1207

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