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Volume 93, 20213rd International Scientific Conference on New Industrialization and Digitalization (NID 2020)
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|12 January 2021
Assessment of the Impact of EU Sanctions on Budget Revenues of Russia in the Context of New Industrialization in Terms of National Dimension
Ural State University of Economics, 620144 Ekaterinburg, Russia
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The article examines topical issues that assess the impact of EU sanctions on the volume of tax revenues of the consolidated budget of Russia. The main purpose of this study is an attempt to develop a factor model that allows assessing the sanctions impact on the specified tax revenues, describing and analyzing the factors that directly or indirectly affect the formation of the consolidated budget revenues of the Russian Federation, identifying the corresponding relationships during the period of new industrialization. A separate stage of the presented study is associated with the development of the above model, which evaluates the sanctions effect on the composition of tax revenues of the consolidated budget of the Russian Federation and verification of the adequacy of this model. The authors' own research made it possible to develop a conceptual factor model that assesses the impact of the sanctions effect of the EU countries on the composition and volume of tax revenues of the consolidated budget of the Russian Federation, the use of which makes it possible to analyze the proceeds from the tax payments that have come under the influence of the sanctions. The model presented by the authors makes it possible to fundamentally assess the real impact of the applied sanctions on tax revenues of the consolidated budget of the Russian Federation, to develop appropriate directions in the development of the country during the period of the new industrialization of the Russian state.
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