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Issue № 63. August 2017

Latent Policy Area: An Attempt at Theoretical Identification

Alexander I. Solovyov, Tatyana V. Miller

Alexander I. Solovyov — Ph.D., Professor, Chair of Political Analysis, School of Public Administration, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russian Federation.
E-mail: solovyev@spa.msu.ru

Tatyana V. Miller— undergraduate student, School of Public Administration, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russian Federation
E-mail: miller_tatyana@mail.ru

The article attempts to describe the scope of the latent processes and communications in the political space. In this context, the particularities and the specific factors that contribute to the development of the latent structures and processes are identified; the role of latent structures correlates with the functions of the public organs of political power. The author also examines the peculiarities of the functioning of latent structures in modern Russian society.

Keywords

Policy, latent structures and processes, political power, government management, government decision-making, networking, coalition of the ruling class, functions of latent structures.

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