Institutions of the Russian fiscal federalism: 20 years of evolution
No 2, CASE Network E-briefs from CASE-Center for Social and Economic Research
In this brief, the author summarizes the main thrust of Russian federal fiscal institutions and discusses their specific features. She describes the evolution of federal fiscal regulations since the establishment of the Russian federal state. As a conclusion, she offers the following policy recommendations: tax autonomy of subnational governments which is currently very limited should be increased; federal aid should be further formalized and made more transparent; regulations should not be changed from year to year to provide for a more stable environment; and subnational interests should be better protected at the institutional level.
Keywords: Russia; fiscal reforms; monetary policy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 6 Pages
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