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Budgetary Risks Of Financing Of High School

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  • V. V. Gamoukin

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IN ARTICLE THE FRAGMENT OF SYSTEM OF BUDGETARY RISKS OF HIGH SCHOOL IS CONSIDERED IN VIEW OF READINESS OF FINANCING OF HIGHER EDUCATION FOR STABLE REDUCTION OF "A HALF-DECAY PERIOD OF KNOWLEDGE". RISKS OF REDUCTION IN FINANCIAL EFFICIENCY ECONOMIC AND THE JURIDICAL EDUCATION ARE DETERMINED; LOSSES OF TRADITIONS; DEMOGRAPHIC RECESSION; INNOVATIONS IN MANAGEMENT; CORRUPTION; THE SIZE OF EDUCATIONAL STRUCTURE; GEOGRAPHY OF THE FINANCE OF THE HIGH SCHOOL. IT IS JUDGED, THAT ACCELERATION OF PROCESS OF HALF-DECAY OF KNOWLEDGE WILL NOT ALLOW PRESERVING SYSTEM OF DEVELOPED RISKS IN THE FORESEEABLE FUTURE, AND WILL CONSTANTLY PUSH HIGH SCHOOLS TO TRANSFORMATIONS.

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  • V. V. Gamoukin, 0. "Budgetary Risks Of Financing Of High School," University Management: Practice and Analysis, .
  • Handle: RePEc:adf:journl:y::id:718
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