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Эколого-Экономический Механизм Регулирования Постиндустриального Развития России (Промежуточный Отчет)

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  • Мудрецов А.Ф.

    (Институт проблем рынка РАН)

  • Денисов В.И.
  • Павлов А.Н.
  • Полиева О.А.
  • Подолянский А.Н.
  • Чернявская Ф.В.
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    В рамках решения проблемы разработки эколого-экономического механизма регулирования постиндустриального развития России рассмотрены вопросы экономического стимулирования рационального использования природных ресурсов, определены основные принципы формирования финансового механизма обеспечения воспроизводства и охраны природных ресурсов. Рассмотрены также вопросы экономической оценки природных ресурсов и ее использования для расчета ставок и платежей, в частности, для совершенствования налоговой системы.

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    Paper provided by Институт проблем рынка РАН in its series Научные отчеты Института проблем рынка РАН with number r08-0321.

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    Length: 46
    Date of creation: 2008
    Date of revision: 28 Jan 2010
    Handle: RePEc:scn:meirep:r08-0321
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