Effectiveness of the Russian fuel and energy complex administration

Publication type Article
Status Published
Affiliation: Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow
Journal nameIzvestiia Rossiiskoi akademii nauk. Energetika
EditionIssue 5

The purpose of the article is to assess trends in the public policy in the fuel and energy complex of Russia (F&E) in comparison with the development of civil service in this sphere. We use the factor analysis, the statistical methods, and the historical and comparative method to trace the long-term trends in the development of the F&E and the civil service. Also we collected an empirical data describing the development of the F&E and civil service in the period since the crisis of the socialism in the mid‑1980s up to the present time. We proposed indices for estimating the development of the F&E and the civil service based on statistical data.The statistical congruity was confirmed between the development of the F&E and the civil service that manages this sector. The civil service itself does not increase or decline the sectorial development, but the situation of poor consistency of these processes, as a rule, has negative consequences. For the period under study, civil service development indexes deteriorated, and the F&Edevelopment indexes increased. The civil service development is lags behind the pace of the F&E development, and it is necessary to continue reforming this field. We proposed some measures to optimize the functional load of the F&E ruling bodies, and introduce an assessment of the civil service in terms of the managed sector development, as it needs to overcome the isolation from processes in the real sector. 

Keywordsfuel and energy complex, power engineering, fuel industry, nuclear industry, public administration, civil service, public program
Publication date10.01.2019
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