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Criminal Competition: Spheres, Analysis and Counteraction in Public Administration

Y.N. Stetsyunich
A.A. Zaitsev
senior lecturer, the department of Economics and Management, Pushkin Leningrad State University, PhD in Economics
professor, the Higher School of Engineering and Economics, Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, professor, the Department of Management, State Institute of Economics, Finance, Law and Technology, Doctor of Economics, associate professor
St. Petersburg


  • economic competition
  • criminal competition
  • unfair businessman
  • regulation
  • state
  • economic crimes
  • corruption
  • Criminal competition is an element of market relations representing interest to law enforcement agencies due to its negative impact on the economy as a whole. We consider the essence of criminal competition, identify its differences from economic (fair) competition and look at the main reasons for the development of criminal competition in the domestic economy. We also analyze the statistics concerning corpus delicti in economic sphere resulting from criminal competition in various areas of activity, make a research of current measures of unfair competition counteraction and suggest new ways of struggle against it within public administration.

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