IISER / MIDER is a nongovernmental and noncommercial organization (NGO) registered in Ljubljana, Republic of Slovenia, EU. Its purpose of establishment is to conduct research, organize academic conferences, debates and lectures, publishing, and to contribute to the advancement in science, particularly in the fields of Law, Economics and International Relations.
Our previous and current projects
Rule of Law as Economic Factor. Moscow, Mysl, 2013.
This book continues the series of studies started by the collective monograph «Rule of Law and Russia. Issues of Implementation,
Enforcement and Practice» (2009). Authors study the phenomena of rule of law and its fundamental importance for the improvement of
the health of a society and the successful economic development of the society. Some authors conclude that principles of the rule of law have not been realized in Russia to the time, and the lack of any progress in that direction, as nothing else, contributes to further degradation of economical, judicial and public institutions: the free market is distorted by the system of «administrative rent» extraction, corruption grows rapidly, business activity goes down, etc. Authors conclude that further successful economic development of Russia is possible only upon the real enforcement of principles of the rule of law.
For wide range of lawyers, economists, politicians, and specialists in the ﬁeld of the lawmaking and law enforcement process, the theory
of law, and economics.
Read the book "Rule of Law as Economic Factor" (in Russian)
Rule of Law in Russia: Issues of Implementation, Enforcement and Practice: International Collective Monograph. – Мoscow: Statut, 2010
This book is a result of conjoint work of prominent legal scholars and practitioners. It covers following topical issues of law and law enforcement practice: barriers preventing compliance with the principles of the rule of law, positive and negative aspects of the law enforcement practice, insecurity of independence of the judiciary, artificial criminalization of relations in the economic sphere, unjustified renunciation of prejudicial effect, non-legal formulation and interpretation of law, perfunctory and insufficient protection of property rights, etc.
Read the book "Rule of Law in Russia..." (in English)
Our expert's opinion
Rule of law as the challenge of the time.
By E. Novikova.
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Second Start of the Transformation of the Ukrainian Economy.
By L. Grigoriev. In "Voprosy Economiki", #9, 2014.
Read the article (in Russian)
photo Dradon Bridge - D. WEDAM; source Turizem Ljubljana