Sergii Slukhai

Sergii Slukhai
National Taras Shevchenko University of Kyiv | Київський національний університет імені Тараса Шевченка · Department of Economics

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January 2005 - April 2016
National Taras Shevchenko University of Kyiv
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Purpose: The article aims to measure the impact of the voluntary amalgamation approach applied in Ukraine in the course of the decentralization reforms undertaken over a period of five years, and assess how much these reforms have been successful in improving the local government fiscal situation. Ukraine began a long-delayed decentralization proce...
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In this article the economic performance as a factor that determined the political choice of Ukrainians has been analyzed. It is proven by a panel model that, unlike the countries with developed democracies, a retrospective economic vote in presidential elections was not observed in Ukraine; it turned out to be prospective instead with regard to th...
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In the twenty-first century, the Ukrainian state has experienced a number of conflict situations. The most significant of these were the Revolution of Dignity (2013–2014) and the subsequent Russian annexation of part of the country and the establishment of two separatist quasi-states in parts of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions which radically chang...
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This paper examines the progress of implementing a comprehensive decentralization program in Ukraine. Ukraine was practically the last country of the former Soviet bloc to undertake a comprehensive decentralization program. The decentralization program was based on three pillars: (1) a reliance on voluntary amalgamation of the local government unit...
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Based on the use of potentials of human analogue thinking and cognitive effects as an indispensable component of the cognitive activity, the article considers atypically located in the frame structure and suggestively loaded rational and emotional motivators for learning a foreign language. The article focuses on sensory-somatic enhancers of the ne...
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The goal of the article is to demonstrate the potential of the economic theory in political choice as opposed to market choice. The article analyzes the input of economic theory to analyzing political choice. The following research objectives were set: (a) to highlight the development of the modern economic theory with regard to political choice wi...
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In recent years many important developments have been observed in the Ukrainian public administration: reforms in the public-administration system and civil service, improvements in the regulatory framework for their functioning, extension of the rights and powers of local self-government, bringing their activities into compliance with the EU requi...
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Since the global collapse of the socialist command economy, a significant differentiation in social and economic development within the former socialist world has been observed. Economists have pointed out a number of factors which could explain this disparity. One of the most important is market reform of the economy freeing Smith's "invisible han...
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As for the civil service in Ukraine, we can identify a number of innovations aimed at improving the performance and ensuring the quality of civil service, namely: separation of administrative and political positions; clarification of the legal status of a civil servant; separation of civil service from political activity; establishing an exhaustive...
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After the Revolution of Dignity (2013–2014), the new Ukrainian government set out a number of reforms, one of which – and a successful one so far – was decentralisation, involving territorial amalgamation and re-allocation of public revenues and outlays in favour of the newly-established amalgamated territorial communities (ATCs). This study aims t...
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Hybrid wars of the modern times include aggressive economic actions aimed at diminishing the defender’s ability to counteract hostile attempts to achieve various military and political goals. The Russia-Ukraine confrontation delivers a good example of modern economic warfare. This paper reviews its basic methods and demonstrates that economic aggre...
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The article states that existing economic and social differences between territories in Ukraine call for use of fiscal equalization instruments. The study shows that implementation of formula-based fiscal equalization has led to a virtually full equalization of differentials in subnational total public revenues and expenditures on the regional leve...
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DECENTRALIZATION IN UKRAINE: WHAT IS ON THE AGENDA? Summary: After the Revolution of Dignity (2013-2014) in Ukraine, the new government declared an extensive decentralization program as a part of far-reaching economic reforms to be implemented. These efforts are supposed to be supported by reassigning of public functions, shifting down some public...
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There are reasons to think that key elements of a performance-based budgeting methodology have already become a part of the mechanism for public expenditure management in Ukraine. At the same time, there still remains the issue of linking budget expenditures to the specific results achieved by specific budget programs. This defines the necessity of...
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The key elements of a performance-based budgeting methodology havealready become a part of the mechanism for public expendituremanagement in Ukraine. At the same time, there still remains the issue oflinking budget expenditures to specific results achieved by specificbudget programs which defines the necessity of applying modernapproaches to carryi...
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This paper’s aim is to research into the variation in effective tax rates among local jurisdictions of two regions of Ukraine, Ivano-Frankivsk and Vinnitsa, in order to get new insights into the peculiarity of inter-location fiscal competition in the context of a transitional economy. It is argued that, despite a highly centralized taxation system,...
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Ця програмна робота є другою спробою запропонувати для публічного обговорення своє бачення ситуації і перспектив розвитку української освіти групою незалежних дослідників. Перша (Ю. Луковенко, О. Коловіцкова, В. Нікітін, В. Якушик “Проблеми і перспективи реформування освіти в Україні” // Директор Школи. – 2002. – № 21-22) була підготовлена під час...
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Since independence, market–oriented reforms have been undertaken in Ukraine. Yet, intergovernmental relations are obsolete, remaining as they were in the Soviet time. In fact, Ukrainian subcentral governments have no significant discretion in revenues and expenditures. First, the article delivers an overview of the current system of intergovernment...
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This paper deals with issues of budgetary oversight and accountability in the field of secondary education. Based on the case of Ukraine, the paper analyzes the state of general budgetary oversight on the local level and goes into detail concerning fiscal accountability of educational units. It is argued that the most striking feature of Ukrainian...

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