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Title Balancing state budget expenditures: A case of Ukraine using the simplex method
Authors Shkolnyk, Inna Oleksandrivna  
Ladyka, Y.
Orlov, V.
Aldiwani, K.
Kozmenko, Serhii Mykolaiovych  
Keywords public finance
national functions
index of structural changes
economic and mathematical modeling
Type Article
Date of Issue 2021
URI https://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/85303
Publisher LLC “СPС “Business Perspectives”
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License
Citation Inna Shkolnyk, Yuriy Ladyka, Volodymyr Orlov, Khaled Aldiwani and Yevhenii Kozmenko (2021). Balancing state budget expenditures: A case of Ukraine using the simplex method. Public and Municipal Finance, 10(1), 34-46. doi:10.21511/pmf.10(1).2021.04
Abstract The consolidated state budget expenditures reflect the condition of performance by a country of its basic functions and allow defining priority directions for the implementation of state policy. Their optimal ratio allows satisfying the interests of citizens, business and society as a whole, and can provide a significant impetus for economic growth. The analysis of state budget expenditures using the example of Ukraine showed that their structure is unbalanced. Therefore, the purpose of the study was to find the necessary balance. The optimization of Ukraine’s state budget expenditures was carried out using the simplex method based on their structure from 2007 to 2019. Since the priorities of Ukraine’s strategic economic and political development are the implementation of the EU standards and norms, the structure of the EU’s state budget expenditures is chosen as a guideline for determining the optimal structure of expenditures. As a result, it is determined that in order to harmonize the structure of the Ukrainian budget expenditures with the approaches implemented in the European Union, minimal changes in public order spending are required. In addition, significant areas of funding include healthcare, economic activity, social protection and security. At the same time, intergovernmental transfers need to be significantly reduced, the amount of which should be revised after the completion of the financial decentralization reform.
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