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Regional disparities and transfer policies in Russia
|Statement||Era Dabla-Norris and Shlomo Weber.|
|Genre||Econometric models), Econometric models., (Econometric models)|
|Series||IMF working paper -- WP/01/199|
|Contributions||Weber, Shlomo., International Monetary Fund., IMF Institute.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||23|
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Downloadable. In this paper we examine economic disparities across regions in Russia and offer a theoretical treatment of various transfer rules between different regions. We analyze the principle of partial equalization, which implies that the more depressed regions should be subsidized by the more advantaged regions, but, the burden on more prosperous regions.
Get this from a library. Regional disparities and transfer policies in Russia: theory and evidence. [Era Dabla-Norris; Shlomo Weber; International Monetary Fund.; IMF Institute.] -- In this paper we examine economic disparities across regions in Russia and offer a theoretical treatment of various transfer rules between different regions.
We analyze the principle of partial. Get this from a library. Institutional Change in Transition Economies. [Michael Cuddy; Ruvin Gekker] -- This title was first published in The importance of institutions for transition economies has so far been overlooked; Michael Cuddy and Ruvin Gekker bring together leading experts in the field.
The regional disparities in Russia are increasing since transition started in the s, as result of the structural processes of reorganisation and reallocations of resources taking place in the.
In an International Monetary Fund working paper ("Regional Disparities and Transfer Policies in Russia" by Dabla-Norris and Weber), the authors note that the ten wealthiest regions produce more.
Reviews ’Students of transition economics, especially of Russia, will welcome this valuable addition to the literature. The collection, originally presented at the National University of Ireland by an international group of scholars, focuses on institutional change, taxation and regional disparities in Russia's transition.
Regional Developments and Institutional Reforms: Regional disparities and transfer policies in Russia: theory and evidence, Era Dabla-Norris and Shlomo Weber; Regional development theory. This title was first published in The importance of institutions for transition economies has so far been overlooked; Michael Cuddy and Ruvin Gekker bring together leading experts in the field to fill this Regional disparities and transfer policies in Russia book void in the literature.
The contributors concentrate on an ongoing tension betwee. Sound regional policies are essential for balanced and sustained economic growth. The interaction of federal and regional policies with cross-regional structural differences affect human and physi #IMFBookstore.
Although various factors point to a more arduous and longer transition in Russia than in Eastern Europe, the broad policy approach should be similar. A necessary condition for effective macroeconom #IMFBookstore.
That either demonstrated lack of knowledge of regional disparities in Russia, or deliberately highlighted big difference between two things one can hardly compare. The author calls throughout the book, separatists – local pro-russian militants and romantics with ideals with limited Russian by: Regional disparities and transfer policies in Russia book national policies and distortions play a role in regional disparities and adjustment in advanced economies.
The chapter’s main findings are the following: The extent of regional disparities differs markedly across advanced economies—with the 90/10 ratios for regional real GDP per capita ranging from about to more than 3.
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There are considerable regional disparities in the volume of grain credits. Moscow City, for example, received Rb billion in grain credits while St. Petersburg received Rb billion.
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Regional heads may be the most powerful at the regional level, but their power is limited by local elites, much as the president is constrained by national and regional elites.
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The fact that such disparities were in evidence led to more research on within-country PPPs or regional price parities (RPPs). The difference between RPPs and the PPPs is that the former are in the same currency, while PPPs are usually converted to a reference country or currency by the exchange rate, such as the United States Dollar or the Euro.
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Downloadable. Russia is a federation of more than 80 regions spanning across a huge territory. Natural resource endowment, inherited industrial specialization, remoteness and climate conditions contribute to large regional disparities. This paper presents an empirical framework model for assessing determinants of regional growth in Russia between and with Author: Hansjörg Blöchliger, Olivier Durand-Lasserve.
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