Regulatory Policy in Russia

Text: Anna Golodnikova, Aleksei Yefremov, Dmitry Sobol, Daniel Tsygankov, Maria Shklyaruk
Editing: Mikhail Komin
Regulatory policy, along with monetary and fiscal policy, is one of the main drivers of economic growth. Competent use of this instrument of public administration can give up to 1.5-2.5% of GDP growth per year and ensure an increase in employment, labor productivity, entrepreneurial and innovative activity.

This is the conclusion reached by the authors of the report "Regulatory Policy in Russia: Key Trends and Architecture of the Future" prepared by the CSR together with the Higher School of Economics.

The report presents the main problems of the regulatory environment and proposals for its improvement until 2024. The recommendations are based on the latest scientific developments and take into account the best international practices. In addition, the report considers a large number of industry cases submitted by participants in seminars at the CSR and the Higher School of Economics.