Issue № 72. February 2019
Materials of the round table on Public Administration in modern Russia and Hungary in the framework of MSU — NUPS academic week (October 9–10, 2018)
Eugenia V. Andryushina, Ekaterina A. Panova, Natalya N. Oparin
Eugenia V. Andryushina — PhD, Associate Professor, Department of the Political Analysis, School of Public Administration, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, the Russian Federation.
Ekaterina A. Panova — PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Personnel Administration, School of Public Administration, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, the Russian Federation.
Natalya N. Oparina — Senior Lecturer, Department of Personnel Administration, School of Public Administration, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, the Russian Federation.
Eugenia V. Andryushina
Topic: Reviewing the Theory of Public Administration: Comparison of Approaches in Russia and Central and Eastern Europe
The article is devoted to the theoretical discourse on the prospects for the implementation of the neo-Weberian paradigm in the EU countries, as well as the theoretical foundations and practices of the dilemma "strong state/weak bureaucracy vs weak state/strong bureaucracy" on the example of the modern Russian public administration system in comparison with the experience of Hungary. Particular attention is paid to the prospects and practices of strategic planning in modern Russia.
Ekaterina A. Panova
Recruitment and Selection Tools of Candidates for Managerial Positions on Russian Civil Service: Development Trends
The article contains the results of analysing the main trends of recent years in the evolution of approaches and tools for recruiting and selecting candidates for managerial positions of the Russian civil service. The main revealed trends are: digitalization of procedures for selecting candidates for the civil service as well as the tools for assessing the competencies of candidates, the focus of specialized institutes on attracting the largest possible number of interested candidates to participate in competitions for vacant positions of the Russian civil service. Based on the analysis, it was concluded that the modern Russian state service makes a request for managers of a new format: managers with a wide range of diverse competencies.
Natalya N. Oparina
Public Service: Modern Trends in Succession and Talent Management
The article is devoted to the analysis of current trends in the succession and talent management in the public sector. The author has studied the effectiveness of human resource management in public institutions of various countries, analyzed methodological developments in this area and Ministry of Labor of the Russian Federation documents, examined the experience of state organisations and their HR departments in implementing talent and succession management, revealed the possibilities for young people in Russian civil service structures.
Public administration, bureaucracy, neo-Weberianism, anti-Weberianism, strategic planning, programming, russian civil service, recruiting and selecting candidates, managerial positions, managerial competencies, trends in human resource management on civil service, public service, talent management, succession management, youth policy.
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