Regulatory Impact Assessment of normative legal acts in the sphere of education

Kseniya Kovalenko, Natalia Bryukhanova, Yevgeny Anichkin, Natal'ya Fadejkina

Abstract


The problem of education is currently urgency as without quality legal education is impossible but to build in Russia a lawful state, to increase the level of legal awareness e.g. population. As follows be noted that the question of teaching the individual branches of law school non- sufficiently developed and studied. In particular it should be noted the importance of study of teaching the basics of law.

This contributes to the appearance of regulatory impact assessment in public administration, sustainable development of territories in the development of government programs and policies. On the basis of the sustainable development goals of the United Nations proclaimed, and policy documents in the field of strategic development of the Russian Federation the necessity of inclusion in the program documents of targets and indicators for the analysis of sustainable development, quality of management, both countries and separate territories. The study of quantitative and qualitative indicators, the most commonly used in the state strategic planning, showed the possibility of their application to assess the achievement of sustainable development goals, as well as the need to build a balanced scorecard based on a single methodological approach. The use of such a system of indicators, by analogy with key national figures would effectively implement a regulatory impact assessment technology for pre- and post-analysis of government programs and policies that will improve the quality of public management of sustainable development of territories.

 


Keywords


Sustainable development, regulatory impact assessment, public administration, regulatory effects

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