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The Business Environment and Enterprise Performance Survey ("BEEPS V") | 01-03-2012
 
Project Dates: 2011 — 2012

The Business Environment and Enterprise Performance Survey («BEEPS») is a joint initiative of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the World Bank (WB). It is an enterprise survey whose objective is to gain an understanding of firms' perception of the environment in which they operate.

The BEEPS V Russia aims to achieve the following objectives:
  • to underake rlegionally representative surveys in 30 Russian regions (federal subjects),
    yielding comparable results that can be used as a basis for economic and fiscal policy decisions toward Russian regions;

  • to achieve representativeness at the national level and comparability with other countries included in BEEPS V as well as  other Enterprise Surveys conducted by the WB in other parts of the world;

  • to contribute to a panel of Russian enterprise data that will make it possible to track changes in the business environment over time;

  • to disseminate the results in a way that achieves a significant public impact in Russia and develop policy implications for Federal government policy towards Russian regions.
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