EPJ Web Conf.
Volume 248, 2021V International Conference “Modeling of Nonlinear Processes and Systems“ (MNPS-2020)
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Section||Mathematical Models in Economics, Social and Humanitarian Sciences|
|Published online||26 April 2021|
Neopatrimonial Model of Public Administration and its Transformation in the Context of Global Uncertainty
Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA), RU-119571, Moscow, Russian Federation
2 Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation, Department of System Analysis in Economics, RU-125993 Moscow, Russian Federation
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
Published online: 26 April 2021
The coordinate system for describing practices of public administration in developed countries is set by three basic models: rational bureaucracy, New Public Management, and New Governance, which are “layered” on top of each other. However, in many developing countries, these models work differently, and instead of an upward movement, a spiral of reforms and counter-reforms is obtained. Moreover, in the face of global uncertainty generated by the transformation of the world order and the intensified COVID-19 pandemic, it is even more difficult to borrow the best practices from highly developed countries. The institutional model of neopatrimonialism, which includes the informal core and the formal periphery of the system of state institutions, has serious potential for understanding the specifics of government in developing countries. The value-neutral interpretation of neopatrimonialism opens up a broader view of such problems as state interventions into the economy, the relationship between power and property, the national model of democracy, etc. For Russia, the authors propose the redistributive neopatrimonialism model. Neopatrimonialism appears to be a phase in the cycle “mobilization system – stagnation – neopatrimonialism – renewed mobilization system”. It is hypothesized that the next phase will be built taking into account the principles of open network organization and solidarity.
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