When: April 26, 2021 г., 5.00 pm
Duration: 3 hour
Where: online, MS Teams + GSOM SPbU, city campus, Volkhovsky per., 3, room 410
Recommended for:professors, students and postgraduates of GSOM SPbU, representatives of government departments, heads of medical organizations, suppliers.
Working language: Russian.
Participation: registration required
Researchers of the Department of Public Administration and of the PPP Research Center of GSOM SPbU will give presentations on the following topics:
- Reforming the regulatory framework and procurement practices of medical organizations.
- Application of methods of regression analysis to detect probability of corruption in procurement for medical organizations.
In the first presentation, the system of legal regulation of procurement of medical organizations in the Russian Federation is considered and an assessment of the regulatory impact of its individual aspects is carried out, implying an analysis of its impact both on the incentives of procurement participants to horizontal coordination and on the costs of public buyers.
Based on the conducted analysis, a number of proposals has been developed for reforming the current legal regulation aimed at reducing the incentives for mala fide behavior and the costs of medical organizations in the process of placing an order.
Seminar participants will also be introduced to the research methods of using procurement results to identify those procedures in which collusion took place.
The second presentation will discuss statistical methods that use procurement results to assess the probability of suppliers’ collusion. To conduct the corresponding analysis: (1) data on purchases of state medical organizations in St. Petersburg (hospitals and clinics) was collected for the period 2014-2020; (2) using the information of the auctions, in which the Russian Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) identified coordination of suppliers, and the help of experts (contract officers of medical organizations and suppliers), a sample of procedures in which collusion was considered established was composed; (3) based on opinions of the experts, a sample of procedures with no such collusion was also selected; (4) the obtained samples were used to build logistic regression models.
Andrew E. Ivanov
Candidate of Physic and Mathematic Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Public Administration
Evgenii V. Gilenko
Candidate of Economic Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Public Administration
Yulia A. Semenova
GSOM SPbU Research Support Department
Tel.: +7 (812) 323 84 53