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Аутсорсинг институтов

https://doi.org/10.32609/0042-8736-2013-9-40-65

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С начала рыночных реформ и до настоящего времени институты в России формировались главным образом экономическими и политическими элитами, а общество в целом не было сколько-нибудь заметным участником этого процесса. Общественная эффективность такого «аутсорсинга» институтов зависит от того, в какой мере предпочтения элит соответствуют интересам и потребностям общества. Низкое качество российских институтов автор связывает с конфликтом интересов общества и неподконтрольных ему элит и делает вывод, что перспективы модернизации в России зависят от роста гражданской активности и превращения общества в реального субъекта институциональных преобразований.

Об авторе

Л. И. Полищук
НИУ ВШЭ (Москва)
Россия
проф. НИУ ВШЭ (Москва)


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