Redistribution natural resource rents for welfare society: experience Alaska
Keywords:natural resource rents, income redistribution mechanism, economy model of social welfare, Alaska
The aim of article is an investigation of mechanism and conditions of the efficiency of distribution and redistribution models of natural resources rents, as well as the World Experience of. Using of redistribution mechanism of rents for the public welfare.
The study used general scientific and special methods, in particular: the dialectic, the theoretical generalization and comparison, analysis and synthesis - when determining the basic principles of the system and elements of rent redistribution mechanism, statistic-economic and graphic - in determining the distribution model operation results and the redistribution of natural - resource rent.
The article clarified the basic principles of the system of redistribution of natural resource rents, the functioning of which ensures a high level of economic and social welfare of the population. We analyzed the mechanisms and conditions for the effectiveness of the distribution model and the redistribution of natural resource rents in the modern economy. We studied the world experience of using the rental income redistribution mechanism with a view to the public welfare, such as the Alaska experience.
Scientific novelty lies in the definition of the basic principles of redistribution of natural resource rents that determine the effectiveness of rent policy in particular and the state social and economic policy in general.
The results can be the basis for further research and practice-oriented development, they are the basis for solving practical problems of redistribution of natural resource rents for the purpose of social welfare.
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