No 3 (2015)

Articles
PENSION SYSTEM OF RUSSIA: PROBLEMS AND POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
Paramonov V.V.

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The article deals with the Russian pension system, its roots, the relationship with the Soviet social model and elements which have arisen in the recent period with the transition to a market economy. The thesis that the main shortcomings of the existing pension system caused by low pensions, a significant budget deficit of Pension Fund of Russia is determined by peculiarity of modern social policy in Russia.
RUDN Journal of Public Administration. 2015;(3):7-13
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PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP IN AGRICULTURE SPHERE (BY THE EXAMPLE OF TYUMEN REGION)
Fedorov V.A., Urosh T.D.

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Lately Russian agriculture has convincingly demonstrated the ability to develop even in difficult conditions, when other industries showed notable growth. This article analyzes the peculiarities of public-private partnership (PPP) in the sector of dairy production of agriculture by the example of Tyumen region. Authors emphasize the importance of state programs of agricultural development. Also, authors examine the proven and promising directions and forms of PPP development in the sphere of milk production and dairy products.
RUDN Journal of Public Administration. 2015;(3):14-24
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ACTUALIZATION OF THE MIGRATION ACTIVITY MONITORING AT THE STATE LEVEL
Smirnova E.A., Zubarev Y.A.

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Migration regulation belongs to the realm of the state government and inseparable component of the strategic interests of any country. Authors mention that migration is a process of the population changing its spatial location regardless of the causes, duration and geographical limits. Authors conclude that in the countries with high probability of force majeure due to the instabilities in climate, economy, and politics, the continuous monitoring of the migration activity of the population has to be performed using resources of international organizations. The goal of such monitoring is to evaluate emergence of migration flows.
RUDN Journal of Public Administration. 2015;(3):25-34
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ON THE ASSESSMENT OF THE TRANSPORT COMPONENT OF THE ECONOMIC SECURITY OF MOSCOW MEGAPOLIS
Zakharikov S.A.

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The article cosiders the possibility of estimating the economic security of Moscow-city in its transport component. Expounds the approach to the assessment, which is based on the cumulative effect of investment risks: economic, social and financial, when you create a transport appropriate share of gross value added of the megapolis. The author emphasizes that there is no approach to determine the effects of low investment on economic security. The article deals with the author's method of evaluation of the provision of economic security of Moscow, which is due to its transport component focused on the integral indicator which contains both economic and social effect of transport. The author concludes that the proposed methodology provides the ability to track the level of effectiveness of programme activities for creating conditions for sustainable development of Moscow.
RUDN Journal of Public Administration. 2015;(3):35-44
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FEATURES OF INTERACTION BETWEEN LOCAL AUTHORITIES AND PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN MODERN RUSSIA (BY THE EXAMPLE OF ODINTSOVO DISTRICT)
Unusyan U.V.

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In this article the author discusses the features of pre-school education and the problem of overcoming the arising difficulties. Considerable attention is paid to measures of the operation process of interaction between local authorities and pre-school institutions. The author touches the tasks of local governments of Odintsovo municipal district. The author describes the complex of measures on modernization of pre-school education in Odintsovo district.
RUDN Journal of Public Administration. 2015;(3):45-53
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INNOVATION, POLICY DIFFUSION AND DECISION-MAKING IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT: WHAT THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION CAN LEARN FROM THE UNITED STATES
Schultz D.

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Governments and its officials today face increasing pressure to innovate. But often the reforms and policies proposed are formulated under conditions of limited knowledge. This bounded rationality may foster policy innovation, but in many cases public officials instead may seek to learn from other jurisdictions in the formulation of their policy options. This paper examines how governments learn, innovate, and make decisions. Using the United States as an example, this article contends: 1) There is often a significant gap between social science and scientific knowledge and the information governments use in making policy; 2) That in many cases public officials lack the capacity to digest appropriate information when making policy; and 3) That government decision making under the conditions of bounded rationality often produces less innovation and more similarly in terms of policy responses. Overall, the article will generalize from the experience of the United States to indicate the implications for other nation states as they seek to formulate policies and learn from one another in global political-economic system.
RUDN Journal of Public Administration. 2015;(3):54-64
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RELIGION AND MEDIA IN A PLURAL SOCIETY: THE NIGERIAN EXPERIENCE
Oloyede B.I., Oni B.O., Oluwole A.V.

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Religion and media are two vital and indispensable institutions in society. This paper attempts a critical exploration of the relationship between religion and media in plural societies, with concrete illustrations from the Nigerian experience. Generally, plural societies are often confronted with the challenges of nation-building, which have proved difficult especially in developing countries. This is particularly the case in Nigeria, a country with one of the most complex ethnic and religious configurations, where ethnic and religious boundaries delicately overlap. In such societies, the media have important roles to play in promoting unity in diversity on both the ethnic and religious fronts through ethical journalism. Otherwise, the media can become a liability rather than an asset in the management of religious pluralism. Nigeria has experienced both possibilities. The paper concludes with recommendations on how to reposition the media for the promotion and consolidation of religious tolerance and harmony in plural societies.
RUDN Journal of Public Administration. 2015;(3):65-79
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REVIEW OF THE MONOGRAPH, WRITTEN BY GUBAEVA B.S. AND TAKAZOV F.M. "TRADITIONAL NORTHERN CAUCASIAN SOCIETY IN THE CONTEXT OF SOCIAL CHANGES OF THE LATE XX - EARLY XXI CENTURIES"
Urkov D.V.

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The review examines a monograph, written by Gubaeva and Takazov M.F. Authors of monograph analyze the problems of determining the place and role of institutions of traditional society in the life on Northern Caucasia at the present stage, as well as social transformations in a traditional society under the impact of processes of social modernization. The authors investigate the problems revealed in the monograph from positions of socio-cultural approach and on the basis of extensive factual material.
RUDN Journal of Public Administration. 2015;(3):80-84
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TАYLOR'S SISTEM AND THE MANAGEMENT IN SOVIET ORGANIZATIONS
Krupskaya N.K.

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RUDN Journal of Public Administration. 2015;(3):85-91
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RUDN Journal of Public Administration. 2015;(3):92-93
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