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Interregional financial balance: expanded opportunities of economic forecasts

  • B. V.Melentyev
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    New opportunities of classic interregional instruments for forecasting regional development both in physical-goods and financial terms are examined. This provides a comprehensive approach to research of regional issues. The strength of this approach is a possibility to get price indicators with the properties of aggregated prices. They make it possible to foresee the general tendency of aggregated prices, incomes, taxes, movement of banking credits. And each forecast variant is provided with financial equilibrium for economic participants at the regional and national level.

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    Article provided by Institute of Economics and Industrial Engineering of Siberian Branch of RAS in its journal Journal "Region: Economics and Sociology".

    Volume (Year): 2 (2006)
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    Handle: RePEc:nos:regioe:2006-2_1
    Note: Theoretical Issues of Regional Economics
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