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Problems of Modeling the Relationship of Family Related Groups and the State in Political Rent-Seeking Society
Department of Economics and Organization of Production, Kazan State Power Engineering University, 420066, str. Krasnoselskaya 51, Kazan, Russia.
2 Department of Education, Kazan Federal University, 420111, St., Kremlyovskaya 18, Kazan, Russia.
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The search for political rent is an essential attribute of the coexistence of the interests of family-related groups and the state. A civilized solution to problems in this area has not been fully developed, even in the developed countries of the world. In the media, materials on clan approaches to the distribution of the country's resources are regularly thrown up, which increases tension in human society and uncertainties in future development. In order to take proactive measures, it is necessary to model the state and prospects of the relationship of family-related groups and the state. The paper discusses some approaches to modeling the relationship of family-related groups and the state in political rent-seeking societ. The research methodology uses data from a survey of student youth, which is divided into three groups: students' perceptions of the current political and economic atmosphere of society, assessment of opportunities for access to political rent through family-related ties, assessment of measures for state regulation of the process of obtaining political rent by representatives of family-related groups society. According to the author, in the political life of society, institutions should be created to regulate the behavior of family-related groups in the implementation of political rents.
Key words: Corruption / family-related groups / participants in political rent / youth
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