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  • Legal Regulation of the Effectiveness of Public Expenditures in the Russian Federation (in the Case Defense Expenditures)

Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Dmitriy Tereshchenko
Legal Regulation of the Effectiveness of Public Expenditures in the Russian Federation (in the Case Defense Expenditures)
Financial, Tax and Customs Law
(Master’s programme)
2017
To solve the problem, broader approaches to the definition of the concept of efficiency are proposed. They are based on theoretical and legal concepts of efficiency as a qualitative characteristic of the activity, instead of a point of view on the quantitative nature of this category, which reflects only its economic side. From the perspective of the proposed volumetric efficiency model, the issues of interrelation and definition of elements that are included in the concept of efficiency are considered. Some variants of the model application for efficiency evaluation are modeled.

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