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Качество институтов: проблемы определения и оценки

https://doi.org/10.32609/0042-8736-2021-7-49-67

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Анализируются современные представления о понятии качества институтов и формулируется его обобщенное и операциональное понимание. Обоснована трактовка качества института как его легитимности с точки зрения стейкхолдеров последнего. Легитимность объекта или процесса понимается как признание его права на существование, предложена примерная форма вопроса при социологической оценке качества институтов. Обосновано эволюционное определение понятия качества и показано, что идентификация качества институтов с их легитимностью вполне ему соответствует.

Об авторе

В. Л. Тамбовцев
МГУ имени М. В. Ломоносова
Россия

Тамбовцев Виталий Леонидович, доктор экономических наук, проф экономического факультета 

Москва



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