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Issues of ensuring budget security as a legal category in the digital age
Author/s: Juliia V. Abakumova, Halyna S. Andrushchenko, Olga O. Semchyk, Ievgeniia A. Ananieva, Roman I. Samsin  
Year:  2020 Issue: 2 suppl. Language: English 
Pages:  16 Pg. 97-112 FullText PDF:  273 KB
DOI:  10.3280/RISS2020-002-S1008
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The digital development of society is determined by the fact that all aspects of the development of the technical environment and the formation on this basis of an equilibrium process of social development can be singled out as a structural fea-ture of national security. The purpose of the study was to determine the possibility of development and formation of the category of budgetary security based on a model that is provided not only by legal conditions, but also regulated by infor-mation components. The research is based on an integrated approach. In the work, the authors determine the possibility of development and formation of the budget security category on the basis of a model that is provided not only by legal conditions, but also regulated by information components. The novelty of the study is that all legal research is limited to the formation of only framework condi-tions, which in turn affect such aspects as the development of deterrent mecha-nisms. The practical significance of the study is determined by the fact that budget security stands out primarily as a component of social development and can be considered in order to improve and shape the sustainable development of society as a whole.
Keywords: Digital development of society, information security, legal apparatus, confidentiality, information structure

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Juliia V. Abakumova, Halyna S. Andrushchenko, Olga O. Semchyk, Ievgeniia A. Ananieva, Roman I. Samsin , in "RIVISTA DI STUDI SULLA SOSTENIBILITA'" 2 suppl./2020, pp. 97-112, DOI:10.3280/RISS2020-002-S1008


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