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Development of Mathematical Model for a Quantitative Assessment of Consequences of Illegal Financial Operations

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  • Valery Leonidovich Makarov

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  • Albert Raufovich Bakhtizin

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  • Elena Davidovna Sushko

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  • Maria Alekseevna Burilina

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In this article we observe a short form of the computable model of the general equilibrium of social and economic system in Russian Federation. It is allowing to carry out a quantitative assessment of consequences of illegal financial operations is described (withdrawal of budgetary funds; evasion of taxes by natural and legal entities; a conclusion of financial assets abroad) on the main macro-economic indicators. By means of model the computing experiments are estimating communication between some components of shadow economy and the main macroeconomic indicators of the country (GDP and a consumer price index), the results of it are given in the end of article.

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  • Valery Leonidovich Makarov & Albert Raufovich Bakhtizin & Elena Davidovna Sushko & Maria Alekseevna Burilina, 0. "Development of Mathematical Model for a Quantitative Assessment of Consequences of Illegal Financial Operations," Administrative Consulting, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration. North-West Institute of Management..
  • Handle: RePEc:acf:journl:y::id:281
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