S. Onishchenko, PhD in Economics, Associate Professor Poltava National Technical University named after Yurii Kondratiuk, Poltava, Ukraine INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT OF SECURITY BUDGET OF UKRAINE

The institutional framework from positions of different conceptual approaches was examined in the article. The attention was paid the problems of institutional support budget security in Ukraine. The institutionalization of budgetary relations and especially the formation system of institutional support was investigated. The author’s approach to the nature of institutional support budget security was suggested. Institutional and legal, institutional and organizational, and staffing budget security were characterized. It is concluded that the process of institutional development budget security characterized by unacceptable levels of institutional strain.

Keywords: institutional support, fiscal security, fiscal policy, budgeting, institutional deformation.

Date of submission 05.04.16

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17721/1728-2667.2016/182-5/5

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