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Russian federation : Social Expenditure and Fiscal Federalism in Russia

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  • World Bank, 2011. "Russian federation : Social Expenditure and Fiscal Federalism in Russia," World Bank Other Operational Studies 2735, The World Bank.
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    2. Leppänen, Simo & Solanko, Laura & Kosonen, Riitta, 2015. "Could climate change affect government expenditures? Early evidence from the Russian regions," BOFIT Discussion Papers 27/2015, Bank of Finland, Institute for Economies in Transition.
    3. Johan Fritzell & Olli Kangas & Jennie Bacchus Hertzman & Jenni Blomgren & Heikki Hiilamo, 2013. "Cross-Temporal and Cross-National Poverty and Mortality Rates among Developed Countries," LIS Working papers 582, LIS Cross-National Data Center in Luxembourg.

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