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Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Maksim Sharankov
Budgetary Policy in the Countries of the Eurasian Economic Union
Public Administration
(Bachelor’s programme)

Topic: Budget policy in the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union.

Work consists of 102 pages, including 22 tables and 12 drawings. 34 sources of information (normative legal acts, scientific literature, electronic resources) were used.

The subject of the study is the EAEU.

The scope of the study are the budget policies and the budgetary process of the EAEU member countries.

The structure of the work consists of an introduction, three chapters, conclusion and list of literature.

The introduction reveals the topic relevance, the purpose of the work, the tasks, the fulfillment of which is necessary to achieve the stated goal, the research hypothesis. Research methods are described.

The first chapter examines the foreign experience of budgetary policies coordination on the example of the European Union and the United States experience . In addition, the main mechanisms for regulating the EU member states fiscal policies are described, and the EU budget as an economic integration tool is also considered.

The second chapter examines issues and problems of budgetary policy coordination in the Eurasian Economic Union. The criteria of economic development within the framework of the EAEU and their implementation by the member countries are explored in detail. The interrelation of the dynamics of other budget indicators of the EAEU member countries is investigated. The chapter concludes with the EAEU budget review.

The third chapter is devoted to the analysis of the budgetary process of the EAEU member countries. The peculiarities of budget planning, budget execution and budget reporting of the EAEU member countries are explored. A comparative analysis is carried out for each budget process listed element.

In conclusion, key findings are drawn. Based on the conducted research and comparative analysis, the main problem areas for coordinating the EAEU member countries budgetary policies are identified and formed proposals for their solution.

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