Administration of Social, Economic and Political development of the Region
Basic Division: Department of Public Administration
Brief Description of Research Activities
The researches within the trend are acute due to the objective necessity of foundation of new processes and movements progressing and interacting in Russia’s regions, which are becoming the main “polygon”, ground for realization of various transformations, modernization and innovative activity within economic, social and political spheres.
The researchers are aimed at study and creation of regional models of administration based on intensive usage of human potential in modernization processes. The human potential has become one of the strategic goals of the regional development. The researchers are aimed at reflection of Socioeconomy in the spatiotemporal continuum of the region. The potential of the function-purpose model of regional strategic administration of social and economic processes is studied. Political, social and economic factors of regional policy at the regional level, necessary for economic growth and stable social development, relevant to the specificity of social and economic structure of the region are analysed.
Within the scientific trend the methodological approaches to elaboration of the Modified Human Potential Development Index (MHPDI) are developed. They include: a) average value between indexes of economic development, public health and education; b) index of economic development is calculated by the relative level of the gross municipal product per citizen; c) index of public health system development is based on the statistics, index of education is based on the part of students among population; d) maximin values are used as limits for every index.
The research revealed that the integral index of life quality of a territory, in particular, of a region or municipal unit which generalizes and accumulates a number of the different indexes and indicators of “social quality circulation” (quality of man, quality of labour, production, quality of education and public health, quality of science, culture and administration, environment quality, quality of man – a full circle) is the main criteria of local social and economic system development.
It was deducted that the quality of life of people in the aspect of territory socio-economic specificity study can be analysed on the basis of the method of complex groups of indexes, main components, rating, ranking and region typology, because these tools help register changes in quantitative characteristics of the whole system of indexes, reflecting the quality of life of people on the territory and helping to reveal the imperatives of stable regional development.
At different angles of view all stages, trends and ideological bases of the administrative reforms of contemporary Russia at the local level are examined. The representatives of the trend have found and described the role of the new state management tools in the development of the regional administration system in the context of the administrative reform. Differences between the federal and regional models of the administrative reform in Russia are regarded.
The researchers of the trend investigate regional political processes, particularly the work of the institution the “ruling party” in the regional context, ethno-political processes in the regions, state and tendencies of local elites’ development in the Perm Krai.
Selected Publications Characterising Scientific Research Trend
1. Sukhikh V.A. Socioeconomy of region: methodology, tendencies and mechanisms of administration / V.A. Sukhikh; Perm, Perm State University, 2008, 263p. (In Russian)
2. Animitsa E.G. Towns and cities: theoretical aspects of research / E.G. Animitsa, I.A. Medvedeva, V.A. Sukhikh; Ural State Economic University, Yekaterinburg; Perm, 2003. – 97p. with appendix (7p.). (In Russian)
3. Animitsa E.G. Towns and cities in the region: tendencies and strategies of social and economic development / E.G. Animitsa, I.A. Medvedeva, V.I. Sukhikh; Ural State Economic University, Yekaterinburg; Perm, 2004. – 208p. wih appendix (38p.). (In Russian)
4. Animitsa E.G. Spatiotemporal paradigm in Socioeconomics: regional aspect / E.G. Animitsa, V.A. Sukhikh. PSU, Perm, 2007, 140p. (In Russian)
5. Animitsa E.G. Region as a special form of socialeconomic space / E.G. Animitsa, V.S. Bochko, V.A. Sukhikh // Region at the new paradigm of Russia’s spatial structure. Moscow: Economics, 2007. (In Russian)
6. Animitsa E.G. Region in social and economic space of Russia: analysis, dynamics and mechanisms of administration / E.G. Animitsa, V.A. Sukhikh at al; PSU, Perm, 2008. 378p.(In Russian)
7. Sukhikh V.A. Design of the future region socioeconomic state / V.A. Sukhikh // Public Service. 2008. Issue 3. p. 35-42. (In Russian)
8. Sukhikh V.A. Principles of regional administration of socioeconomics in contemporary conditions / V.A. Sukhikh // State Service. 2008. Issue 6. p. 97-103. (In Russian)
9. Animitsa E.G. Transformation of the industrial region economy (the Perm Region case) / E.G. Animitsa, N.V. Novikova, V.A. Sukhikh // Scientific and Technical Bulletin of Saint Petersburg State Polytechnic University. Series Economic Sciences. 2008. issue 5(64) p. 64-76 (In Russian)
10. Animitsa E.G. Dynamics and change of proportions and content of structural transformation of the Perm Region economy / E.G. Animitsa, N.V. Novikova, V.A. Sukhikh // Region’s Economy. 2008. Issue 2 (14). p. 99-115. (In Russian)
11. Animitsa E.G. Quality of life as a complex index of region social development / E.G. Animitsa, N.V. Novikova, V.A. Sukhikh // The Journal of Economics. 2009. Issue 1. (In Russian)
12. Sukhikh V.A. Financial aspects of region development / V.A. Sukhikh, A.V. Mikrukov // Chelyabinsk University Herald. 2008. Issue 4. p. 104-112. (In Russian)
13. Animitsa E.G. Conceptual positions, mechanisms and methods of regional administration of economy / E.G. Animitsa, N.V. Novikova, V.A. Sukhikh // Region Studies. 2008. Issue 4. p. 136-144. (In Russian)
14. Krasilnikov D.G., Troitskaya E.A. New public management and the administrative reform in the Perm Krai // Ars administrandi. Annual edition, 2009, Perm. P. 74-85. (In Russian)
15. Krasilnikov D.G., Troitskaya E.A. Practice of main NPM tool use experience in the Perm Krai // Problems of State and Municipal Administration. 2011. Issue 1. p.157-166 (In Russian)
16. Krasilnikov D.G., Prudsky V.G. Transition to post-industrial economy and the development of West-Ural scientific school of administration // Ars administrandi. 2011. Issue 2. p. 17-29. (In Russian)
17. Krasnykh M.A. The “ruling party” of Russia: specificity and perspectives // Perm University Herald. Political Science. Perm, 2007. Issue 2, p. 142-148. (In Russian)
18. Krasnykh M.A. Interactions of regional elites and the “ruling party” (the United Russia Party case) // Elite Research Center: site: URL: http://elis.pstu.ru/solovjeva.htm (In Russian)
19. Troitskaya E.A. Ideology of administrative reform in Russia: federal and regional levels // Perm University Herald. Political Science. Perm, 2008. Issue 1, p. 98-102. (In Russian)
20. Regional state administration, local self-government and civil society institutions // Report of the human potential development in the Perm Krai / Edited by S.N. Bobyleva. Perm, 2010. p. 98-118. (In Russian)
21. Sukhikh V.A., Blus P.I. The Perm Region Government Activity as an element of regional administration // Ars administrandi («Art of administration»). Scientific Journal. Perm University. 2009. p. 62-73. (In Russian)
22. Blus P.I, Poroshina A.A. Some approaches to the youth activity organisation in the region // Ars administrandi («Art of administration»). Annual edition. 2009, Perm. P. 85-90. (In Russian).
23. Sukhikh V.A., Blus P.I. The Perm Krai Economic development: tendencies and transformations as a result of crisis measures // Contemporary problems of regional economy and administration development. Perm. 2010. p. 9-19. (In Russian)
24. Blus P.I., Minina S.V. System of region administration as a factor of stable development of the Perm Krai // Ars administrandi («Art of administration»). 2010, issue 2, p. 20-30. (In Russian)
The Most Significant Fundamental and Applied Research Projects
1. Grant of Russian Humanitarian Sciences Foundation “Perm Region’s Executive Power Reformation in the context of the administrative reform of contemporary Russia” (2008-2009)
2. State contract “Expert-analytical researches based on the expert survey method (deep unformulized interview) in municipal districts of the Perm Krai (2010-2011)
Training of Researchers (Post-graduate and Doctoral Programmes)
Post-graduate programme in specialty 08.00.05 “Economics and Management of National Economy (Regional Economy)”, Candidate of Economics.
Post-graduate programme in specialty 23.00.02 “Political Institutions, Processes and Technologies (Political Sciences)”, Candidate of Economics.