О поселенческих и региональных различиях в воздействии продовольственного эмбарго на потребительские расходы домохозяйств
This study examines the impact of food counter-sanctions introduced in 2014 and the accompanying shock price hike on consumer spending in Russian households. Separately, the residents of the capital were studied as the most inclined to consume imported products, for whom the real total gap with potential consumer spending was estimated at 4,600 rubles per month per family, which is 2.2 times higher than the same indicator for the regions. An important result was also the fact that for residents of Moscow the most deviated from the scenario trajectory was the cost of dairy products, while for residents of the regions - on meat. In terms of the type of settlement in which the household lives, the real effect for urban dwellers was more than 3 times higher than for rural dwellers. And, if for residents of cities significant parts of the losses are losses in the market for fruits and vegetables, then for rural residents this market was protected from negative consequences.