Improving the System of Distribution of Equalization Transfers in the Russian Federation
Igor Arlashkin and
Working Papers from Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration
The review contains the analysis of Russia’s fiscal equalization system. The authors identified the system’s major shortcomings and provided arguments in favor of taking measures for its improvement in order to increase the system’s effectiveness, efficiency and objectiveness. Based on the analysis of the world best practice in the sphere of fiscal equalization as well as by using econometric modeling the authors developed recommendations on calculating budget expenditures index and improving policy in the field of determining the total amount of equalization transfers.
Keywords: fiscal equalization; equalization transfers; distribution (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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