The relevance of the study of modern trends in the resource provision of the social services sector is determined by the search for tools and mechanisms for expanding the provision of social services to the population in conditions of limited resources. The prevailing approach in the last decade, which assumes an increase in the output of social services due to the growth of the sector of non-state producers, did not allow for the required increase in output. The purpose of the study was to assess the ratio of the output of subjects of social service producers belonging to the category of state, commercial and non-profit organizations, and the sources of their resource provision. The results obtained allow to conclude that at present one can observe the prevalence of budgetary sources of resource coverage, and the main output of social services is carried out by state producers. The resources of the population are also directed to state producers, which indicates the insufficient development of the non-state sector of social services. The main problem is the low allocative efficiency of producers, which requires a change in the methodology of institutional stimulation of the development of the non-state sector of producers of social services. The change in the direction of institutional incentives involves ensuring the allocative effectiveness of the activities of non-state producers similar to state ones.

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