STRATIFICATION OF PUBLIC SERVANTS IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION AS THE RESULT OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE REFORM: CASE STUDY

Svetlana N. KOSTINA, Ekaterina V. ZAYTSEVA, Galina A. BANNYKH

Abstract


The collapse of the Soviet communist political system led to forced public sector reforms in the respective countries. A rather complex system of public service has emerged in Russia over 25 years of reform. The purpose of the article is to conduct a stratification analysis of the current state of the public service in the Russian Federation in the context of public service reform by the case study method.
The article presents a case study of the current situation of stratification of public servants in Russia. The analysis is based on the application of a group of methods: analysis of statistical data, a questionnaire survey of public servants and secondary data analysis.
The analysis allowed for the stratification of public servants in Russia on the following parameters: type of service, branch of authority, level of authority, sectoral and territorial affiliation of government authorities, gender and age of employees, level of education, income, self-identity.


Keywords


public service; public service reform; public servant; stratification.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24193/tras.SI2018.3

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