Economic and Legal Aspects for Construction Business to Ensure Environmental Safety by Self-Regulating Organizations: The Case of Russia

Yuliya G. Leskova, Irina K. Kuzmina, Tahir E. Rakhmatullin, Natalia V. Dzhagaryan, Denis A. Popyrkin, Vera N. Kolodkina
International Journal of Economics and Business Administration, Volume VIII, Issue 4, 20-29, 2020
DOI: 10.35808/ijeba/565

Abstract:

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to develop recommendations for improving the level of environmental safety in construction through self-regulation mechanisms. Design/Methodology/Approach: To achieve this purpose the authors used the following general and private scientific methods: dialectical, logical, system and complex analysis, comparative legal, formal legal, statistical and legal modeling methods. Findings: The authors investigate the anthropogenic impact of the construction industry on the environment, justify the increase in the environmental efficiency of the economy through the participation of self-regulating organizations in the regulation of natural resources and environmental relations. The article analyzes the impact of negative factors of various etymologies mainly in the regions of the North-Western Federal district. Practical Implications: The use of new ways to increase greening in the construction business within the framework of existing self-regulation mechanisms will increase the entrepreneurs‚Äė awareness level to reduce the anthropogenic impact on the environment. Originality/Value: The conclusions of this study will contribute to improve efficiency in ensuring environmental safety in the construction sector.


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