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Shadow activity in the economy: a modified approach to the construction of sectoral assessments

Теневая деятельность в экономике: модифицированный подход к построению отраслевых оценок

Alexander Abroskin and Abroskina, Natalia (Аброскина, Наталья) ()
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Abroskina, Natalia (Аброскина, Наталья): The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration

Working Papers from Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration

Abstract: The problems of methodology and methods of shadow activity scales measurement in the sectors of the Russian economy are the subject area of the research. Special approach to the construction of estimates for the scales of shadow activity in industries of the Russian economy, based on the modification of the classical method of physical inputs, is proposed. The algorithm of calculations and the description of information base used in the construction of sectorial indicators of the shadow activity scales dynamics in the Russian Federation are presented. Absolute estimates and structural indicators of shadow activity scales in gross value added were developed for selected industries of the production of goods and services; corrected estimates of gross value added and GDP of the Russian Federation for 2017 taking into account the updated industry estimates of the shadow activity scales are presented.

Pages: 37 pages
Date: 2019-03
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