Performance Evaluation of Regional Governors: The Case of the Russian Federation

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Abstract

This study examines recent changes in performance-based appraisals of Russian regional governors, key criteria used in the decision-making process regarding the reappointment or dismissal of top regional executives, the role of non-governmental organizations in their performance evaluations, and existing problems in this area. Moreover, the study explores the extent to which values such as equity, social justice, and quality of life are embodied in the performance evaluations of these officials.

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Kotchegura, A., Demchenko, A., & Kim, P. S. (2020). Performance Evaluation of Regional Governors: The Case of the Russian Federation. International Journal of Public Administration, 43(6), 477–485. https://doi.org/10.1080/01900692.2019.1658772

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