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Volume 118, 2021RUDN Conference on Legal Theory, Methodology and Regulatory Practice (RUDN LTMRP Conference 2021)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Modern Legal Science: Search for the Methodological Basis|
|Published online||23 August 2021|
Regulation – the area of inter-branch knowledge application
1 The Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law under the Government of the Russian Federation, Department of Administrative Law and Procedure, Moscow, Russia
2 Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Scientific laboratory “Analysis of Law Enforcement Practice in the Economy of the Russian Federation”, Moscow, Russia
3 HSE University, Department of Legal Regulation of Business, Moscow, Russia
1 Corresponding author: email@example.com
The purpose of the study is to justify the feasibility of using regulatory policy and sectoral scientific tools in the daily activities of regulatory bodies. The study used a wide range of sources containing empirical data reflecting modern theoretical concepts of regulation. The authors used general scientific and special methods of cognition, methods of analysis and synthesis, formal logic, comparative jurisprudence, and interpretation of law. The result of the study was an overview of the points of view of modern scientists on regulation problems and the use of an intersectoral approach. In addition, the article provides a rationale for the need to use an intersectoral approach in regulation; the possibilities of attracting psychologists and criminologists, historians and political scientists have been identified. The novelty of the results obtained is due to the author’s approach to the study of the activities of regulatory bodies and lies in the fact that it has shown that in modern conditions, regulation takes on the character of scientific activity that requires broad knowledge. Currently, in the world practice, there are no examples of the inclusion of criminologists, political scientists, historians, sociologists, and ecologists in the staff structure of regulatory bodies as experts on a wide range of issues that managers have to solve when developing regulatory policy, choosing models, and developing regulatory strategies. Nowadays, all these issues are solved by the heads of regulatory bodies mostly intuitively, guided by their life experience and ideas about what should be done or subjective assessments, which does not contribute to the successful achievement of regulatory goals. Continuation of research on this topic will contribute to the development of theoretical ideas about the activities of regulatory bodies and the development of practical proposals aimed at increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of regulation.
Key words: government / regulation / performance / risk assessment
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