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Развитие Методологии Предварительного Финансового Контроля Государственных Программ Регионов России
[Development of the methodology of public programs a priori financial control for Russian regions]

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  • Bratanova, Alexandra

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Shift to the program planning and budgeting is a budget policy priority in Russia. However, the current system of public programs development and implementation needs to be improved. The research aims at development of methodological approaches for a priori financial control of public programs based on international best practice of the evaluation theory and implementation. Author has formed criteria and algorithm of the evaluation method choice for Russian regional public programs. The algorithm is showing a new approach to address a problem of methodological support of program financial and economic analysis in Russia. It also has a practical significance for public administration.

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Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 46439.

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Date of creation: 01 Nov 2012
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Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:46439

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Keywords: program planning and budgeting; public program; financial and economic analysis; project evaluation; cost-benefit analysis; multi-criteria analysis;

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