We, the Think Tank of School of Public Administration of Lomonosov Moscow State University, with the participation of Russian media group «RBC» and Moscow Economic Forum, do realize that high-profile issues of public interest in management of organizations significantly hinder the process of social development, regardless of their institutional-legal forms and types of enterprise ownership, in public associations, in state or municipal administration,  and are determined to work together drawing on the following principles:

·    scientific interdisciplinarity

·    independency

·    open mind

·    good faith

·    confidentiality

·    skepticism and

·    ethical behavior.

We are initiating this annual predictive research of indicators of healthy administration that will last until Dec. 1, 2017 inclusive. It contains the following questions (pp. 1-17) and hypotheses.

 

We draw attention to the fact that in this study the term “organization” means an organization (public association/state administration/municipal administration), which is Your main place of work.

 

The research of 2018 in English is coming soon.

Thank you for your patience! 

 

Organizators:

Our partners:

 

List of members of experts and analysts:

  • Sergey Yu. Glazyev – the scientific leader of expert analytical group, head of the Department of the Theory and Methodology in Public and Municipal Governance at the School of Public Administration of MSU, Doctor of Economics, Academician;

  • Nadezhda V. Makogonova – the leader of the expert analytical group, Ph.D. in Economics, associate professor of the Department of the Theory and Methodology in Public and Municipal Governance at the School of Public Administration of MSU, an auditor;

  • M. S. Sereda – the head of Moscow Economic Forum;

  • S. P. Tkachuk – the head of projects in the Scientific Centre of Eurasian Integration

  • A.M. Yakovlev - from the side of Russian Business Consulting;

  • Kseniya V. Anisimova – a post-graduate student, Department of strategic planning and economic policy;

  • Svetlana G. Brusnigina – a guidance counselor, Department of the Theory and Methodology in Public and Municipal Governance;

  • Vladislav E. Zaitsev – a post-graduate student, Department of the Theory and Methodology in Public and Municipal Governance;

  • Nadezhda Yu. Kukleva – a post-graduate student, Department of the Theory and Methodology in Public and Municipal Governance;

  • Narine Sh. Matosyan – a post-graduate student, Department of the Theory and Methodology in Public and Municipal Governance;

  • Kristina A. Fedunova – a post-graduate student, Department of  economy of innovation development;

  • Irina D. Yashina – a post-graduate student, Department of financial management;

  • Olga S. Drobysheva – a post-graduate student, Department of the Theory and Methodology in Public and Municipal Governance

  • Yulia V. Yevstafyeva – a post-graduate student, Department of the Theory and Methodology in Public and Municipal Governance.

 

 

Contact information:

info@lomonosov-research.com - general questions

yashina@lomonosov-research.com - collaboration and partnership questions