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A Unified registry for social benefit recipients: international practice and the perspectives for Russia

Feoktistova O.A. Center for Fiscal Policy, Financial Research Institute, Moscow, Russian Federation ( feoktistova@nifi.ru )

Andreeva E.I. Center for Fiscal Policy, Financial Research Institute, Moscow, Russian Federation ( andreeva@nifi.ru )

Fokina T.V. Center for Fiscal Policy, Financial Research Institute, Moscow, Russian Federation ( fokina@nifi.ru )

Journal: International accounting, #16, 2016

Importance Federal, regional and local governments in Russia offer a wide variety of social benefits, both monetary and in-kind. However, there is no unified database of all recipients, and coordination of social support measures between different levels of government is poor. This leads to inefficiency and overspending.
Objectives The purpose of the study is to analyze best practices in creating and maintaining unified registries for social benefit recipients, and to formulate findings to inform policy makers.
Methods The methodology rests on the comparative analysis of international practices in developing and using single registries for social benefit recipients.
Results The findings show that there is a need for decentralized operation of the social information system through a common platform, enabling information exchange among the participants. Coordination and administrative functions related to the unified system of social information should be separated from the management of specific programs for social protection. Among other requirements for the system to be efficient are clear allocation of functions and duties of all participants, balance of their interests, high quality of information stored in the system, existence of unique identification code for all recipients.
Conclusions and Relevance Considering the positive and negative international experience may help avoid costly errors and considerably increase chances of Russia in creating an effective integrated system of social information.


Revision of public social benefits: towards poverty targeting

Bychkov D.G. Center for Budgetary Policy, Financial Research Institute, Moscow, Russian Federation ( bychkov@nifi.ru )

Feoktistova O.A. Center for Budgetary Policy, Financial Research Institute, Moscow, Russian Federation ( feoktistova@nifi.ru )

Andreeva E.I. Center for Budgetary Policy, Financial Research Institute, Moscow, Russian Federation ( andreeva@nifi.ru )

Journal: Finance and credit, #41, 2015

Subject The article reviews the existing social benefits to demonstrate the extent, to which the current social safety net is targeting the poor.
     Objectives
The study aims to analyze the system of social security benefits in Russia.
     Methods In the study, we apply general scientific methods and the statistical analysis.
     Results The analysis reveals the problem of a cumbersome categorial system of social benefits. The system fails to target at the poor, and allocated public funds are partially dispersed in the form of negligible payments to a large number of beneficiaries. The current practice of social benefits is such that the poor are not the primary beneficiaries of the financial support. However, there is no straightforward definition of targeted social assistance and poverty concepts among Russian policy makers and practitioners, even though they broadly use both concepts in public documents.
     Conclusions and Relevance In the existing social and economic conditions, it is important to expand the use of poverty targeting. The composition of the set of social protection benefits and eligibility conditions require improvement: the system needs fine-tuning to become more manageable and transparent, more comprehensible to citizens. There should be greater conformity between the criteria for granting social benefits and the principles of social justice, whereby the benefits should support those in the greatest need. Our recommendation is to revise the concept of targeted social assistance at the law-making level.


Revision of public social benefits: towards poverty targeting

Bychkov D.G. Center for Budgetary Policy, Financial Research Institute, Moscow, Russian Federation ( bychkov@nifi.ru )

Feoktistova O.A. Center for Budgetary Policy, Financial Research Institute, Moscow, Russian Federation ( feoktistova@nifi.ru )

Andreeva E.I. Center for Budgetary Policy, Financial Research Institute, Moscow, Russian Federation ( andreeva@nifi.ru )

Journal: International accounting, #17, 2016

Subject The article reviews the existing social benefits to demonstrate the extent, to which the current social safety net is targeting the poor.
Objectives The study aims to analyze the system of social security benefits in Russia.
Methods In the study, we apply general scientific methods and the statistical analysis.
Results The analysis reveals the problem of a cumbersome categorial system of social benefits. The system fails to target at the poor, and allocated public funds are partially dispersed in the form of negligible payments to a large number of beneficiaries. The current practice of social benefits is such that the poor are not the primary beneficiaries of the financial support. However, there is no straightforward definition of targeted social assistance and poverty concepts among Russian policy makers and practitioners, even though they broadly use both concepts in public documents.
Conclusions and Relevance In the existing social and economic conditions, it is important to expand the use of poverty targeting. The composition of the set of social protection benefits and eligibility conditions require improvement: the system needs fine-tuning to become more manageable and transparent, more comprehensible to citizens. There should be greater conformity between the criteria for granting social benefits and the principles of social justice, whereby the benefits should support those in the greatest need. Our recommendation is to revise the concept of targeted social assistance at the law-making level.


Social protection and statistics: a comparative analysis of Russian and international accounting practices in an effort to assess the effectiveness of the fiscal measures in the sphere of social protection of population

Bychkov D.G. Center for Budgetary Policy of Financial Research Institute, Moscow, Russian Federation ( bychkov@nifi.ru )

Feoktistova O.A. Center for Budgetary Policy of Financial Research Institute, Moscow, Russian Federation ( feoktistova@nifi.ru )

Andreeva E.I. Center for Budgetary Policy of Financial Research Institute, Moscow, Russian Federation ( andreeva@nifi.ru )

Journal: Finance and credit, #42, 2015

Subject Social welfare and social consent, elimination of social polarization are significant program goals of socio-economic development of Russia, and the implementation of social policy targeted at supporting vulnerable groups is one of the most important tools to attain these goals. To assess the progress in attaining the declared goals, it is necessary to have an access to detailed and up-to-date information on the state of affairs in this sphere. The article presents a comparative analysis of the systems of statistical coverage and accounting for public outlays in the sphere of social protection in Russia and other countries.
     Objectives The aim is to compare the Russian social protection against the principles and recommendations that build on international practices in an attempt to see if the existing system allows assessing the efficiency of public expenditures for social protection benefits.
     Methods The methodological framework is a comparative analysis of accounting methods and statistical coverage of social protection schemes in Russia and OECD countries.
     Results
The social protection in Russia covers all essential components of social guarantees accepted internationally. However, almost half of the federal budget expenditures for social benefits have nothing to do with implementation of principles and objectives of social support, i.e. protecting families from social risks and providing basic social guarantees.
     Conclusions It is crucial to assess the efficiency of public expenditures in the sphere of social protection. We propose some improvements to social statistics based on both international standards in this area and methodological approaches accepted in Russia.


Social protection and statistics: A comparative analysis of Russian and international accounting practices in an effort to assess the effectiveness of the fiscal measures in the sphere of social protection of population

Bychkov D.G. Center for Budgetary Policy of Financial Research Institute, Moscow, Russian Federation ( bychkov@nifi.ru )

Feoktistova O.A. Center for Budgetary Policy of Financial Research Institute, Moscow, Russian Federation ( feoktistova@nifi.ru )

Andreeva E.I. Center for Budgetary Policy of Financial Research Institute, Moscow, Russian Federation ( andreeva@nifi.ru )

Journal: International accounting, #4, 2016

Subject Social welfare and social consent, elimination of social polarization are significant program goals of socio-economic development of Russia, and the implementation of social policy targeted at supporting vulnerable groups is one of the most important tools to attain these goals. To assess the progress in attaining the declared goals, it is necessary to have an access to detailed and up-to-date information on the state of affairs in this sphere. The article presents a comparative analysis of the systems of statistical coverage and accounting for public outlays in the sphere of social protection in Russia and other countries.
Objectives The aim is to compare the Russian social protection against the principles and recommendations that build on international practices in an attempt to see if the existing system allows assessing the efficiency of public expenditures for social protection benefits.
Methods The methodological framework is a comparative analysis of accounting methods and statistical coverage of social protection schemes in Russia and OECD countries.
Results The social protection in Russia covers all essential components of social guarantees accepted internationally. However, almost half of the federal budget expenditures for social benefits have nothing to do with implementation of principles and objectives of social support, i.e. protecting families from social risks and providing basic social guarantees.
Conclusions It is crucial to assess the efficiency of public expenditures in the sphere of social protection. We propose some improvements to social statistics based on both international standards in this area and methodological approaches accepted in Russia.


Goodwill of service Management Company

Fedorova Е.А. Doctor of Economic Sciences, Associate Professor of department “Financial management”, the Financial university under the Government of the Russian Federation ( ecolena@mail.ru )

Andreeva О.А. Marketing Analyst, Ltd «CRIEFF» ( oks255@gmail.com )

Journal: Economic Analysis: Theory and Practice, #4, 2013

The business reputation of the company is complex concept and includes some components among which the reputation of services matters also. The correct management of reputation of the company services, consisting in stimulation of sales of a product, in expansion of marketing activity, allows to increase the general business reputation of the company, so, promotes improvement of competitive qualities of the organization.


Development of technique of forecasting with use of the correlation and regression analysis

Andreeva N.V. Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor, the Department of Economy and Managements of Investments and Innovations, the Vladimir State University named after Alexander Grigoryevich and Nikolay Grigoryevich Stoletov ( kafedra-euii@mail.ru )

Chervyakova M.Yu. economist-manager, Vladimir ( kafedra-euii@mail.ru )

Journal: Economic Analysis: Theory and Practice, #37, 2013

In the article by means of the correlation and regression analysis the most significant indicators influencing volume of housing stock are revealed, the interrelation between them is defined and the regression equation is constructed. On the basis of the equation of regression volumes of housing construction in the Vladimir region till 2015 on the basis of three-variant model are predicted.


Relation between Stability and Efficient Work of Market Participants

Pavlov K.V. Doctor of Economics, Professor, Belgorod State University ( kpavlov@bsu.edu.ru )

Andreeva I.G. Candidate of Economics, Associate Professor, Belgorod State University ( airichka@yandex.ru )

Journal: National interests: priorities and security, #10, 2009

Analysis of the Russian economical literature shows that the Russian authors, when speaking of means of stabilising a market participant, pay most attention to production development, use of inner resources and resistance to changing environmental conditions. The need to consider more problem aspects is obvious, and the need to take into account Russian companies' management today, especially during the financial crisis.


Assessment of information efficiency of stock markets of the countries BRICK

Fedorova E.A. PhD in Economics, Associate Professor of department "Financial Management", the All-Russian Distance Institute of Finance and Economics ( ecolena@mail.ru )

Andreeva O.A. Marketing analyst, Ltd "CRIF" ( oks255@gmail.com )

Journal: Finance and credit, #23, 2012

In the article it is noted that in connection with development of the markets of the capital and expansion of investment activity, the problem of information efficiency of stock markets became urgency. Information efficiency of stock markets of the countries BRICK is investigated. By calculations with criterion of series and Durbin-Watson's statistics the conclusion is drawn that stock markets of Brazil, India and China possess weak degree of information efficiency, the Russian stock market is inefficient.


Financial, banking, debt and currency crises: flow characteristics in developing and developed countries

Fedorova E.A. PhD in Economics, Associate Professor of department"Financial Management", The Correspondence Financial and Economic Institute of Finance University under the Government of the Russian Federation ( ecolena@mail.ru )

Andreeva O.A. Marketer Analyst, Ltd CRIF ( oks255@gmail.com )

Journal: Finance and credit, #45, 2012

In the article it is noted that the economy of developed and developing countries is more and more subject to crisis situations, the problem of lack of monitoring of an economic situation in the country became very urgent. The essence of different nature of financial crises (currency, debt, bank and complex) is defined, the ways of detection of crisis situations, are offered measures of anti-recessionary policy of the state are considered.


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