Subjective Assessments’ Analysis of the Control and Supervision Activities’ Impact on the Functioning of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in the Russian Federation
Author(s): O. M. Trofimova, A. V. Ruchkin, V. S. Kukhar, E. M. Kot, O. A. Ruschitskaya
Abstract: The purpose of the article is to analyze the subjective assessments of entrepreneurs regarding implemented control procedures in the context of the reform of control and supervision activities. Research Methods. The methods used in the article are analysis, synthesis, description, classification, as well as special sociological methods. The results of the study. The authors conducted a sociological study that substantiated the need to improve existing indicators for assessing the control and supervision activities’ impact on the functioning of small and medium-sized enterprises. The article substantiates such barriers to reforming control and supervision activities as the volume of unscheduled inspections, insufficient information transparency, and legal illiteracy of business.