Ilya Shablinskiy

Efficiency of Law

2011. No. 3. P. 135–137 [issue contents]

Shablinskiy Ilya - professor of the Department of Constitutional and Municipal Law, Faculty of Law, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Doctor of Juridical Sciences. Email:ishablin@yandex.ru
Address: National Research University — Higher School of Economics, 20, Myasnitskaya str., Moscow, 101000, Russian Federation.

The review evaluates the workLegal Acts. Evaluation of Consequences (edited by Yu. A. Tikhomirov, Moscow, Yurisprudentsiya, 2011). The review also attempts to answer a number of questions. Can the efficiency of normative acts be measured? Are there any methods of assessing their social and economic consequences? What is the mechanism of choosing the most relevant legal influence? These questions open a wide area for theoretical quests which we find in this work. The main aims of these quests are to improve lawmaking mechanism, deepening the preliminary analysis of relations subject to the regulation. In the opinion of the author of the review, the topicality of these topics is determined with the crisis of the Russian parliamentary system. Due to the domination of one faction, the discussion of drafts becomes formal. The aims of a normative act regulating in particular business entities should meet the market development. That is, these aims should not contradict this development, otherwise lawmakers will be disappointed. Interestingly, realizing this important self-limitation is a basis for many research methods, procedures developed in a number of countries with old parliamentary traditions in particular the USAS. These are the methods of regulatory impact assessment of normative acts. Originally, developed countries used to develop possible damages associated with an extreme regulation of the excessive burden for business.

Citation: Shablinskiy Ilya Geogrievich (2011) Effektivnost' zakona [Efficiency of Law] Pravo. Zhurnal Vysshei shkoly ekonomiki, 3, pp. 135-137 (in Russian)
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