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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Evgeniya Karpova
Rent payments in municipal property
Faculty of Management
Master’s programme
10
2014
Research problem is the absence of a mechanism that allows to optimize the transfer of municipal property for rent and achieve maximum benefits for the municipality. The object of the research are rental relationships. The subject of the research are methods of calculating rent payments for municipal property. The purpose of the research is to develop a methodology for calculating the size of the base rent payment for the use of municipal property. Theoretical originality consists in the classification of ways to manage municipal property on the basis of international and Russian experience, identifying strengths and weaknesses of existing municipal procedures. In this paper we have used the methods of field research, mathematical and economic methods, comparative analysis. Practical significance is the formation of a new method of calculating the rent payments that optimizes procedures in the municipalities of Perm Krai.

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