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HSE’s ROUND TABLE "BOTTLENECKS OF INTER-BUDGETARY RELATIONS DUE TO THE INCREASING INDEPENDENCE OF THE REGIONS"

Wed, Jun 22, 2022, 11:00 AM

A round table on inter-budgetary relations was held at the Higher School of Economics. The moderator of the round table was M. Z. Kazhyken, Doctor of Economics, Professor, Director of the «Modern Society Research Institute» LLP.

The event was attended by: Zeynelgabdin A.B., Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Institute of Management of the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan; Berstembayeva R.K., Candidate of Economics, Associate Professor of ESIL University; Akhmetov Zh., expert, independent economist, Director of OilGasProject LLP; Ospanov K.T., Adviser to the President of Astana International University; Smagulova Z.K., Dean of the Higher School of Economics; as well as by teaching staff, graduates, postgraduates, representatives of partner universities (BSEU Minsk, ToU, InEU). The participants considered issues of reforming the system of inter-budgetary relations in the light of the announced and already launched political reforms in the Republic of Kazakhstan. In particular, they put attention on the fair redistribution of national income, determination of criteria for the fair distribution of income sources and expenditure obligations, consolidation of budgetary powers of the levels of public administration, the problem of disproportions in the ratio of income shares of the republican budget and the budgets of the subjects of the Republic of Kazakhstan, bottlenecks of the Tax Code, etc. During the open discussion, relevant aspects, and problems of inter-budgetary relations in the Republic of Kazakhstan were identified, which require comprehensive research, analysis and elaboration.

Based on the results of the Round Table, it was decided to organize a regular platform for discussion and consolidation of the expert community on the basis of the Higher School of Economics.

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